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Weighty crises crushing N1trn NIPPs as 4,800mw power hangs

Weighty crises crushing N1trn NIPPs as 4,800mw power hangs

Former Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo in May 2015 during an exit dinner said, ‘There is power, power everywhere but none to supply for Nigerians’. These strong words best describe the heavy weight crises that have befallen operations of the 10 National Integrated Power Projects (NIPPs) which should have been contributing 4,800 megawatts (mw)

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Prof. Chinedu Nebo – Buhari Shouldn’t Consider Reversing Power Sector Privatisation

Nigeria’s President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, will be ”ill-advised” to reverse the power industry privatisation, Minister of Power, Chinedu Nebo, said on Wednesday. Addressing journalists in Abuja, Mr. Nebo said the gains of the privatisation were very obvious and any attempt to reverse it will take Nigerians many decades back. “I think the incoming government will be

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Buhari Urged to Prioritise Renewable Energy Sources

The Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo, has urged the incoming government to prioritise renewable energy sources to curb the incessant attack on gas pipelines by vandals. In a statement from the Ministry of Power, Nebo urged the in-coming administration to open its doors to other sources of energy, such as coal, solar and waste.

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Nigeria’s Electricity Generation Increases by 114.7MW

Nigeria’s electricity generation has increased by 114.7megawatts (MW) from 3,060.35 MW it recorded two weeks ago to 3,175.05MW as at 19th April 2015, according to data from the Federal Ministry of Power and Presidential Task Force on Power. This is still below the peak generation level of 4,517.6MW achieved three years ago. The country’s power

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Nigeria has Capacity to Deliver 5,500mw of Electricity, Loses N1.5bn Yearly to Vandalism, says Nebo

The Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo, said on Friday that the Federal government had the capacity to deliver 5,500 megawatts of electricity to Nigerians regularly if there was adequate gas supply. Nebo said this when he fielded questions from State House correspondents after the meeting of the Board of the Niger Delta Power Holding

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Solar Energy is Best Solution to Nigeria’s Power Challenge – Omatek CEO

The Chief Executive Officer of Omatek Ventures Plc, Mrs. Florence Seriki has said the best way to address the short fall in power generation and distribution and also cut down on wasteful consumption of electricity in the country, is to adopt solar energy. Seriki, who extended her business venture from  assembling and manufacturing of computers

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Jonathan Commissions 504MW Alaoji Power Plant in Abia

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday, commissioned the Phase I 504MW (Simple Cycle Gas) Alaoji Power Plant at Umuobasi-Ukwu, Abia State. Jonathan did the commissioning in Abia state where he stated that his administration remains committed to the improvement of the nation’s power supply. The plant is one of the 10 being built by the Niger

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NERC Amends Zuma Energy’s 1,200mw Power Plant Licences

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has issued four on-grid licences to Zuma Energy Nigeria Ltd to operate a combined 1,200 megawatts (mws) power plant at Itobe, Kogi State. The licence is an amendment to an earlier one issued in 2011 to enable the company assign the licence to four different special purpose vehicles (SPVs)

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