A Nigerian man has installed a windmill in front of his house to generate his own electricity because of the epileptic state of power supply in the country.
A power surge in Obio-Akpor, Rivers state has claimed the lives of a young couple and a 50-year-old cobbler. The community transformer suddenly lost control.
It has advanced 50 million dollars in financing from the Oversea Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) to Lumos, a Nigeria-based solar energy company.
Following the gradual decline in the spate of gas pipeline vandalism the power sector electricity generation has risen to 3,730.5 megawatts on February 7.
The power distribution companies continue to reject significant megawatts of electricity allocated to them by the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN).
Checks on the power sector reveals.Nigeria’s electricity grid has lost 1,062 megawatts (mw) to various constraints of gas supply shortage and turbine faults.