Siemens Energy appoints new managing director
Seun joined Siemens Energy in 2014, bringing over 15 years of experience and deep expertise in the private sector across Europe and West Africa.
FEC okays N8.64b for electricity deal with Siemens
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday ratified President Muhammadu Buhari’s anticipatory approval for the release of €15.21million (N6,940,081,465.20) offshore and N1.708 billion....
No intention to hand over power firms to Siemens, says minister
The Minister of Power, Sale Mamman, yesterday said no proposal had been made by the Federal Government to handover the power distribution companies (DisCos) nationwide to Siemens.
Siemens licenses Tranos to manufacture power boards locally
Nigeria’s leading engineering and manufacturing company – Tranosis pleased to announce a new partnership with Siemens for the manufacturing of metal-enclosed switchgear in Nigeria.
New power MoU with Siemens stirs concerns, uncertainty
While the Nigerian power sector has remained a notable failure five years after it was privatised, a new deal between Nigeria and Siemens of Germany has raised fresh concerns and criticisms regarding the government’s readiness to address the numerous challenges bedeviling the sector. KINGSLEY JEREMIAH writes on the apparent fault lines in the Memorandum of Understanding.
The new power deal with Siemens
President Muhammadu Buhari’s new power deal with the German energy giant, Siemens, should ordinarily present a new ray of hope for the wobbling power sector but for that same expectation that has long been deferred. Can the government, faithfully, execute this agreement and give Nigerians a new lease of life? This is where the answer always blows in the wind.
Security, power supply, subsidy removal, top demands for Buhari's second term
As President Muhammadu Buhari is inaugurated for a second term in office, the mood of the nation following his re-election is no doubt different from what it was in 2015, as much water had gone under the bridge. The first four years of his administration have been very challenging for most Nigerians as virtually no…
Siemens eyes major revamp as energy woes sap profit
Falling demand for gas turbines weighed on Siemens's quarterly earnings Thursday, but the German conglomerate stuck to its confident outlook as it unveiled a major revamp to make its industrial divisions more profitable.
Siemens, Edo innovation hub partner on ‘The hack Edo series’
The Edo Innovates tech cluster has concluded modalities for ‘The Hack Edo Series’, a multi-dimensional initiative to identify and incubate the best ideas that tackle problems of power generation and distribution faced by individuals, businesses and the digital ecosystem, with a N3.5 million prize money.
Edo partners microsoft, siemens, others to launch innovation hub
In an effort to equip youths with skills and expertise to drive inclusive growth and development, the Edo state government, through its skills development arm, Edojobs, is set for the launch of the first ever state-backed innovation hub to activate and drive the state’s fledgling technology ecosystem.