The Torankawa solar power testimony
The euphoria that greeted the commissioning of the Torankawa community solar power project in Yabo Local Government Area of Sokoto State the other day should be remarkable at this time. The project should be a testimony of how not to look up to the central authorities alone for critical infrastructure development – in a complex…
Educationist urges school heads to adopt solar power to aid learning
Citing the usefulness of electricity in the day-to-day running of school activities, Administrator of Genesis Christian Academy, Kuje, Abuja, Mrs. Christie Okey-Ubabukor, has urged school owners to adopt the use of solar power in their institutions....
TellCo Europe launches off-grid solar power system
In promotion of clean and efficient energy usage in Nigeria, TellCo Europe Nigeria, a renewable and clean energy solution firm, has launched a mono-crystalline (mono) off-grid solar power system, taking to cognisance the nation’s weather system. The company aims to bridge the power challenges experienced by mostly Micro/Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the…
TellCo Europe Nigeria rolls out higher off-grid solar power system
In its effort to ensure a clean, efficient, affordable and reliable energy for businesses and households in Nigeria, TellCo Europe Nigeria has announced its plan to introduce into the Nigerian market, TellCoSol Off-Grid Solar Power System, a Swiss technology that aims to ‘electrify the country without stress’. The energy firm has also appointed The Guardian…
Total Nigeria powers facilities with solar system
Total Nigeria Plc has again restated its commitment to boost energy by commissioning a new 118 kWp solar hybrid system installed at its first-class...
INFOGRAPHIC: Moving Africa forward with solar
Africa has huge power needs and is making big steps towards meeting growing demands with solar energy.
Why African entrepreneurs need to think bigger
Sometime in 2010, I met this interesting startup from Kenya at an event. They had built something that was badly needed to create a proper payments ecosystem and bridge the payments silos that were rapidly developing.
Californians take a shine to solar power
The 52-year-old Los Angeles resident joined an ever-growing number of Californians who are switching to solar power for their energy needs in a bid to not only save money but to also do their part for the environment in a state setting the pace for the rest of the country in that sector.
Why we need to decarbonate all human activities - Paddy Padmanathan
The plant will be able to store solar energy in the form of heated molten salt, allowing for production of electricity into the night. Phase 1 comes with a full-load molten salt storage capacity of three hours.
Company to earmark 13m pounds to support solar power generation
Sola Nigeria (SN), a Department for International Development (DFID) funded programme, says it will provide additional grant of 13 million pounds to help reputable companies involved in the production of solar energy in Nigeria.