Power Sector And Other Related News Stories For Friday May 10th 2024

Posted by News Room May 10, 2024

Different Electricity Laws In States Will Affect Power Sector – Pwc

PwC Nigeria has stated that the provision of the Electricity Act that allows states to have independent electricity laws would be detrimental to the growth of the power sector.

This was contained in a report highlighting the outcomes from the 14th edition of PwC’s Annual Power and Utilities Roundtable.



Inefficiency, Repetitive Efforts Reason For Nigeria Power Sector Challenges – Expert, Barnier

An international energy expert and Chief Executive of ENACCESS, Vivien Barnier, has blamed inefficiency and repetitive efforts for Nigeria’s power sector woes.

The energy access advocate, Barnier, disclosed this in an interview with DAILY POST on Thursday during an Open Source In Energy Access Symposium in Abuja.



Nigerians Doubt Minister Adelabu’s Claims Of Power Sector Investments Amidst Tariff Hike Criticism

Amidst widespread skepticism, Minister Adebayo Adelabu claims that the recent tariff hike in Nigeria’s power sector is attracting investors. Adelabu asserts that the policy encourages local and foreign investors, despite public outcry.


LUTH Inaugurates 20kw Solar Facility To Boost Power Supply

THE Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) on Thursday inaugurated a 20 kilowatt solar facility to boost power supply at the tertiary hospital.

The News Agency of Nigeria(NAN)reports that the facility was inaugurated at “Ward A ” ,one of the biggest wards at LUTH



WACT Cuts Carbon Footprint With 1.2gwh Solar Power Purchase

The West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) has signed a power purchase agreement with Starsight Energy, a pan-African clean energy company, for the purchase of a 1.2 gigawatt-hour (GWh) solar power at its facility in Onne Port, Rivers State.



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