Company to boost power supply with gas turbine technology

A multinational company, MAN Energy Solutions, has been awarded a contract to supply three of its gas turbine generator packages to Belemaoil Producing Ltd...

Africa needs to modernise grid to solve power distribution problems

Electrification is an on-going and foundational investment, and a necessary one to realize all modern-day development objectives. Despite bullish policies, the fact remains that...

AEC opens application for 2020 Africa Energy Fellowship program

In order to provide young energy professionals with the tools and experience to become future leaders across the industry, the African Energy Chamber is...

AfDB approves $500,000 grant for clean energy

The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA), managed by the African Development Bank has approved a $500,000 grant to support the development and launch...

Energy democratisation necessary for Africa’s move into digital age

By Sabine Dall’Omo Without technological constraints, more people from across Africa are free to innovate and create on the global stage; democratisation of energy is...

Engie acquires Mobisol, becomes market leader in Africa’s off-grid solar

Renewable energy experts, Engie, has expanded its decentralized energy offering in Africa through the acquisition of Mobisol, a pioneer of off-grid solar solutions. Founded...

Nigeria’s TCN secures $1.6bn to boost power sector

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has confirmed that it received about $1.661 billion worth of investments from international donors to boost power supply...

Strong partnerships key to delivering clean energy in Africa

The power of partnerships and the strength of good regulations will deliver clean renewable energy for Africa at the scale and speed needed, allowing...

Shell set to invest $2bn in Kano Electricity Distribution Company

Global oil giants, Shell, has stated its readiness to invest $2 billion in Kano Electricity Distribution Company in the next three years. The company’s plan...

NERC goes tough, penalizes power company N10.2mn for illegal supply

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has fined Cummins Power Generation Nigeria Limited (CPGNL) the sum of at least 10.2 million for illegal supply...

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