Monthly Archives: March 2017

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Japan Helps Ghana to Revamp Energy Sector

Japan Helps Ghana to Revamp Energy Sector

The Japanese government through its agency, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has approved $40 million for a project intended to reinforce power supply to the Central Business District of Accra, in Ghana. Commenting on the development, Chief Representative of JICA Ghana office, Koji Makino, noted that on 8 December 2015, JICA signed a grant

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Transmission, Distribution Obstacles Deny Nigerians Electricity

Constraints in transmission capacity have caused rationing in parts of Abuja and many other states, the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) has said. Speaking in Abuja on the current state of power supply and the claims of load rejection by the 11 Distribution Companies (DisCos), ANED’s Director of Research and Advocacy, Barr. Sunday Oduntan,

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Power Firms Urge CBN to Sustain Forex Interventions

Power firms have urged the Central Bank of Nigeria to sustain its foreign exchange intervention in the financial market. According to them, the current dollar intervention by the apex bank has helped operators in virtually all the value chain in the power sector, adding that sustaining the development will further enhance the performance of power

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Solar Energy Vs Generator

The first expense of a solar power system will certainly be more than that of a generator system.  This is frequently the factor individuals install a generator instead of going solar. One must look beyond the preliminary price, nonetheless,  to get the complete comparison of solar power versus generator, Lets take a look at the

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NNPC Defends Government’s Stance on Illegal Refineries

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has defended the Federal Government’s plan to transform illegal refineries in the Niger Delta into legal entities for proper integration of the youths in the region. The Group Managing Director, NNPC, Dr Maikanti Baru, argued that getting the youths to form consortia to set up 1,000 barrels per day

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NNPC Plans to Generate, Transmit Electricity

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation on Wednesday mentioned its ongoing reform was geared in direction of reworking it from an oil and fuel firm into an built-in power outfit with curiosity in energy era and transmission. It additionally acknowledged that the nation’s energy transmission capability was insufficient, including that this was the key purpose for

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