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Power Nigeria confab holds in Lagos, 3rd November 2015

Power Nigeria confab holds in Lagos, 3rd November 2015

STAKEHOLDERS in the power sector are set to gather at the forthcoming Power Nigeria conference slated for November 3-5, 2015 at the Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos. According to the organisers, the fourth edition of the conference and exhibition has already recorded 14 per cent increase in both exhibitor numbers and floor space, as conglomerates

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Eko Disco Targets 20% Annual Power Generation Growth by 2020

Eko Electricity Distribution Company (Eko Disco) has commenced work on a plan to grow generation by 20 percent each year to 1,000 megawatts (MW) for its electricity networks by 2020. The company would, however, give supply to only those customers willing and able to pay the set price which is likely to be between N24

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EKEDC to Generate 1000mw Via Embedded Power Project

Eko Electricity Distribution Company of Nigeria Plc has concluded plans to generate over 1000mw of electricity through embedded  power generation model  by 2019 , Mr Brent Hampton,  vice president,  Project Services of the power distribution firm,  has said. Hampton who spoke in Lagos recently during  a one day workshop  on embedded  power project organised  by the

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NGA Restates Commitment to Gas Development in Nigeria

The Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) has restated its commitment to advance the role of Nigerian natural gas as the preferred energy source, while also serving as a platform for championing the development of the gas industry in the country. Addressing members of the NGA at the association’s recent Business Forum and Annual General Meeting in

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14MW Power to Become Available to Lagos as Two New IPPs Come on Stream

About 14.8 megawatts of electricity will be available for redistribution to Lagos in what is expected would have some positive impact on power supply within the state before the end of the year. This is coming as two additional Independent Power Plants (IPPs) with a combined capacity of 14.8 megawatts, being built by the Lagos

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Nigeria has Electricity Transformer Manufacturing Companies — NSE

The Nigerian Society of Engineers has described as untrue the statement credited to the Director-General, Bureau of Public Enterprises, Mr. Benjamin Dikki, that no company produces electricity transformers in the country. It said Dikki’s statement, as reported by the media recently, was misleading and stressed that Nigeria presently had two major electricity transformer manufacturing companies

Solar Power in Nigeria? Not going to happen … yet

[Challenges Facing Solar Energy Projects in Nigeria: A Case Study of Lagos State by Hakeem Adeyemo] The idea of Photovoltaic systems (PV systems) has been mainly suggested for energy procurement in remote areas, areas where other means of power supply are not effective, where transmission line extension is not feasible or perhaps not economically efficient.

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