Monthly Archives: November 2014

Schneider’s Isaac Boro Centre in France Graduates Nigerian Students

    Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management has announced the graduation of 30 Nigerian students from its Isaac Boro Energy Training College (IBETC) Grenoble, France. The graduating students are the first batch of beneficiaries of the training programme which is a multilateral partnership between the Nigerian government, the French Education Ministry and Schneider Electric,

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    NERC’s proposed solar power project

      THE statement by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), that it was working  towards generating 7,200MW of electricity from solar  source by 2020 is, in principle, a welcome proposition in an age when ‘green energy,’ is recommended to further conserve the environment. And because Nigeria is located on that part of the globe that enjoys somewhat continuous sunshine, there is, all along, every reason to tap into this limitless source of energy. It is just as

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      Obiano moves to solve electricity problem, signs $150m power deal

        After cleansing Anambra State of criminal elements and anti-social agents that drove prospec­tive investors and most of the state’s illustrious citi­zens away, Governor Willie Obiano has finally turned his magic wand to the most difficult challenge that Ni­geria has to faced in the past 40 years – electricity supply. To give impetus to his over­all

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        American Firm Plans 1200MW Solar Plant in Nigeria

          A consortium of American investors in renewable energy has pledged to deliver in two years, 1,200 megawatts (MW) of solar-powered electricity in Nigeria. Operating under the auspices of MOTIR SEASPIRE, the consortium, which signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo in Abuja, stated that it has a portfolio

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          COMMUNIQUE OF THE 4TH EDITION OF THE NIGERIA ALTERNATIVE ENERGY EXPO (NAEE) 2014 STAKEHOLDERS FORUM HELD FROM 22- 24 OCTOBER 2014 AT YAR’ ADUA CENTRE, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, ABUJA, NIGERIA.

            The Nigeria Alternative Energy Forum organized a Three Day International conference on policy Dialogue and Exhibitions held at the Shehu Musa Yar Adua Conference Centre in Abuja. The event was attended by the Honourable Minister of Power, Professor Chinedu Nebo, Representative of Director General, Nigeria Energy Commission, Members of Nigerian Professionals in Renewable Energy Sector,

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