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Kaduna Electric Moves Towards 24-Hour Operation

Kaduna Electric Moves Towards 24-Hour Operation

The Kaduna Electric has commenced 24 hours of operation in two of its customer service centres in Kaduna, a statement from the company has indicated. Signed by Abdulazeez Abdullahi, head of Corporate Communication, the statement said the two customer service centres had begun round the clock service and were located at the ground floor of


Way Out of Power Crisis

To tackle the problem of incessant power failure, an arm of Contec Global Group, Contec Power Systems, has introduced some power products such as inverters, UPS, batteries and solar power goods into the market. The Managing Director, Mr. Srinivas Ppilla, said it was imperative and cost-effective for Nigerians, especially those at the grassroots, to buy


Fashola Orders Power Contractors Back to Site

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has asked contractors handling transmission projects for Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) and Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPCH) projects across the country to go back to sites and ensure speedy completion of the projects, as he promised all their complaints would be resolved within a reasonable


Nigerian Militants: Oil Companies Have 2 Weeks to Evacuate or Else…

The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), the group behind the string of attacks that have halted major operations in the oil-rich Niger Delta, have issued a threat to all oil companies in the region to shut down and leave or face stepped up attacks. The ultimatum was issued on Thursday, and signed by spokesman Mudoch Agbinibo.


Has EEDC Increased their Tariff?

I was surprised when I received my March electricity bill from EEDC (Enugu Electricity Distribution Company). The highest I had paid per month previously was N6,500 but I was surprised that in March it went up to N13,000 which translate to 100 per cent  increase. I began to wonder whether the electricity distribution companies were

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Four Power Plants Shut Following Attacks on Chevron Facilities

No fewer than four power plants became idle on Sunday as a result of the attacks on Chevron’s oil and gas facilities in the Niger Delta, bringing the total number of plants not generating any megawatts of electricity to 12. There was significant reduction in generation from virtually all the other plants producing electricity, including


Power Supply Drops to 2,500MW after Militant Attacks

The twin attacks, last week, on Chevron’s oil and gas facilities in the Escravos area of Delta State has resulted in a drop in power generation from about 3,600 megawatts (MW) to 2,500MW, translating to a loss of 900MW. The attacks, which also led to a slump in the country’s crude oil production to a

South Africa, Northern Cape Province, 2008: The Gordonia substation  for Eskom power supply to Upington.

“We Spent Over N12.6 Billion to Generate Electricity in 9 Years” – Cross River

Director -General of the Cross River State Electricity Agency (SEA), Barr. Jake Otu Enyia has confirmed that they spent over N12.6 billion to generate electricity in the last nine years. He has also said that to meet up the power generation  needs of the state, the government has voted N690 billion to procure 181 electric 

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