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Electricity No Longer Social Service, You Have To Pay’

Electricity No Longer Social Service, You Have To Pay’

The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) has asked power consumers in the country to pay for the services because power was no longer a social service but an essential service that must be paid for. It said electricity consumers should not expect to enjoy what they were not ready to pay for, insisting that

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6 Things That Have To Happen For A Clean-Energy Future

Asked to look ahead to a grid powered by renewables, executives from leading electric utilities Monday identified what they’ll need to make it work, from new kinds of equipment to new kinds of employees. The executives from ComEd, Edison International, ENEL, and ISO New England put together this shopping list in Chicago Monday during the general meeting of


Experts Brainstorm On Energy Storage

“Most of the batteries (about two million pieces) used for energy storage in Nigeria today are imported from India and China although these batteries can be produced in Nigeria. With $3m to $4m, a fully integrated deep cycle battery plant can be built with provision for pollution control system,” said Engr. Franklin Omusi, Managing Director,

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