NIEEE wants government to prioritise emerging technologies
Given the roles of emerging technologies in driving digital transformation, the Nigerian Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (NIEEE), has said it will continue to enlighten members of the National Assembly ...
NIEEE tasks Nigerians on safety, better working environment
The Nigerian Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (NIEEE) has challenged Nigerians and Nigeria on safety and improved working environment.
Engineers see potential in 5G, claims technology critical to Nigeria’s development
Engineers in the field of electronics have thrown their weight behind the need for Nigeria to deploy 5G technology.The engineers, under the aegis of Nigerian Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Danbatta, NCC boss harps on professionalism for quality service delivery
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is paying special attention to professionalism because of its strategic role in quality service delivery, according to Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman of the commission.
‘Government should ensure electricity tariff is cost-reflective’
Chairman of Ibom Power Limited, Etido Inyang, has stressed the need for government to ensure that electricity tariff is cost-reflective, in efforts to address supply deficits estimated at about 16,000 megawatts (MW).
Ogun NIEEE elects Adegboye as chairman
The Ogun State Chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (NIEEE), has elected Felix Adesola Adegboye, as the new chairman of the council.
Engineers seek solution to metering problems
Worried by public outcry over the issue of metering in Nigeria, engineers under the umbrella of Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE) have called for immediate solution to the problem. This was coming at the heels of new plans by the Nigeria Electricity Regulation Commission (NERC) to address issues bordering on metering in the sector. Speaking at…
Engineers plan student chapters in schools
Towards fostering student interest in future careers and study in engineering and technology, the Nigerian Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (NIEEE), plans to establish its student’s chapters in polytechnics and universities in Lagos state and its environs.
Institute condemns suspension of N309b power sector bond
Chairman of the Nigerian Institutite of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (NIEEE), Michael Akan, said electricity companies urgently need funds to improve and sustain operations in the country.