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In West Africa, Nigeria’s power generation continues to be unstable, a situation that has obligated almost every Nigerian to have an emergency power supply when generation drops. On Monday, electricity generation dropped to 3,233MW, down from 4,500MW recorded last week due to gas constraints, the Guardian reported. The media made reference of a report by […]
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Multinational renewable energy company, Gigawatt Global, announced that preparations for work to begin on the $14 million solar field commenced on Wednesday. According to a company statement, the ceremony was attended by government officials, international investors and the diplomatic community. “Empowering economic and social development is at the heart of our green energy business,” VP […]
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The findings of an Integrated Regulatory Review Service (IRRS) mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), released last month, indicate that the country’s radiation safety could be improved on. The country’s radiation safety falls under the Directorate of Radiation Control of the Department of Health, Engineering News reported. US Nuclear Regulatory Commission executive director for operations Victor McCree, said at a press conference at […]
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Egypt’s Nile dam power project has caused concern amongst both legal entities and political activists, who are preparing a lawsuit against the preliminary agreement signed by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, Albawaba News reported on Thursday. The development of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), has raised concerns around its impact on the country’s long-term water […]
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The development of the world’s largest high-grade copper deposit – the Kamoa-Kakula Copper Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) – now is running on power from the DRC’s national grid using a mobile substation recently commissioned by South Africa’s Gauteng-based Zest Energy. The 120/11kV mobile substation will serve the construction of the planned […]
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