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The Executive Director of Gennex Technologies, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Ilo, has lamented the inadequate support given by the Federal Government to renewable energy in the country.
Global energy experts are not convinced on the need to compel Africa to adopt the model being pushed by the developed countries in moving from fossil fuel to sustainable energy...
An environmental activist, Nnimmo Bassey, yesterday, said Nigeria and Africa should not be left behind as the world shifts from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources.
Experts have expressed concerns over the energy outlook in Africa as the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) stated that investment in renewable energy increased by two per cent...
Nigerians, and by extension, their businesses, expend about N7 trillion annually on power generation, a Renewable Energy expert, Mr Stephen Ogboko, has said.
In a bid to bridge the nation's huge energy gap, Engie Energy Access Nigeria has stated that it is targeting over one million households in Nigeria with its domestic solar installations and local microgrid solutions.
The impact of alternative and renewable energy on businesses can never be overemphasised as this represents a unique opportunity to meet climate goals while fueling economic growth
Chemstar Paints Industry Nigeria Limited, has stated that plans are ongoing to deploy the use of renewable energy in the long term as the cost of providing alternative energy...
The global approach to energy is changing rapidly. The urgency of the challenge that climate change presents has focused significant attention and resources on renewable energy solutions...
Many businesses, especially small ones, are not able to break even due to the rising cost of electricity. To overcome the negative impact of generating power outside the national grid, many are tilting towards renewable energy.
About this time last year, it was Earth day’s 50th anniversary in the middle of a global pandemic with over 2.5million cases confirmed globally as of then.
With the country's energy deficit estimated to range between 30GW and 175GW, even though a large percentage of the demand is from the industrial sector, local manufacturers...