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17 Aug
The Federal Government on Wednesday gave reasons it is unable to reach its promised target of 5,000 megawatts of electricity generation for consumers, specifically citing a shortage in gas supply. The government said, however, that it is working round the clock to ensure that it raises the capacity to the required level. The Minister of…
7 Sep 2017
Feroz Parker, exhibition director, Informa Industrial Group, said in his speech that this edition is the most suited to date to assist the country’s growing power sector.

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