Monthly Archives: October 2014

Suka celebrates success at Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo Abuja 2014

    23. October 2014 | Suka Energy, led by the Nigeria branch office, achieved great results at this year’s NAEE Abuja. This year’s NAEE is being held from the 22nd to the 24th of October. Suka Energy achieved great results at the event. The three-day exhibition helped Suka to further enhance its reputation as a market

    Read More

    Activate your free pass for NAEE 2014

      We are just a few days away from the 4th Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo taking place from 22- 24 October in Abuja. Register today to be entered into our prize draw to win a Solar home system worth $500!* Now entering its 5th year, NAEE will provide an opportunity for all role players to address

      Read More

      Renewables and additive to light-up 100m Nigerians

        Power supply is described as the soul of a business-driven country. Although it is an applause to experience a privatised electricity industry, it is much more impressing if there is sustainable structures of electricity supply that are well enhanced and groomed to meet the rising demand. According to records obtained from the National Bureau of

        Read More

        Nigeria Needs 6.5 Million Pre-Paid Meters in Five Years

          Techno Gas and Power, a subsidiary of Techno Oil Limited has hinted that Nigeria’s power sector needs at least 6.5 million prepaid meters to meet the energy needs of electricity consumers and help investors in the sector recoup their investment. For this reason, the company said it has sealed a deal with a Bulgarian Metering

          Read More

          Unido, FG Collaborate On Power for Industrial Clusters

            The United Nation’s Industrial Development Organisation, UNIDO, has promised to work with the Federal Government to make power available to industrial clusters to ensure maximum production in the country. UNIDO Country Representative, Mr. Patrick Kormawa, who disclosed this in an interview in Abuja, noted that the major goal of government to create jobs for the

            Read More

            Cross River Signs MoU with EU, Germany for Rural Electrification

              The Cross River state Government and the Deutsche Gesellshaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (German Agency for International Cooperation) GIZ, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to jointly improve sustainable access to electricity for rural communities in the state. The cooperation which is part of the Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP) funded  by the European Union

              Read More