Nigeria

Eos Energy Storage Expands Battery Deployments in Nigeria

Eos Energy Storage LLC (“Eos”), a leading manufacturer of safe, low-cost and long-duration zinc battery storage systems, today announced an expansion of its partnership with Nayo Tropical Technology Ltd. (“Nayo”), a leading West African mini-grid engineering, procurement, and construction (“EPC”) company. Eos will deploy additional units of its signature Aurora EnergyBlock™ systems, rated at 125kW/500kWh, […]

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World Bank Approves $750 Mn Credit to Help the Power Sector in Nigeria

World Bank has approved the PSRO of USD 750 million in IDA credit to improve the reliability of electric supply and enhance the overall power sector in Nigeria. The World Bank Board of Directors approved the Power Sector Recovery Operation (PSRO) of USD 750 million in International Development Association (IDA) credit to improve the reliability […]

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EDP Invests $3 mn in Rensource for Promoting Expansion in Nigeria

EDP will invest USD 3 million in Rensource, a company that develops and manages decentralized solar energy systems, to support its expansion in Nigeria. The EDP Group has announced that EDP Renewables (EDP Renováveis) will invest USD 3 million in Rensource, a company that develops and manages decentralized solar energy systems, to support its expansion in Nigeria. […]

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Diageo Commits to a Renewable Future in Africa

Diageo will invest GBP 180 million in renewable energy resources across its sites in Africa to ensure that it breweries are carbon and water-efficient British multinational alcoholic beverages company, Diageo has announced that it will invest GBP 180 million in renewable energy resources across its sites in Africa to ensure that it breweries are the […]

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Niger PM Brigi Rafini Inaugurates its First Ever Solar Plant

Developed with the support of Indian government, the 7 MW facility is located near Malbaza, a rural village in central Niger. In a proud moment, Niger’s prime minister Brigi Rafini and the minister of energy Amina Moumouni have inaugurated the nation’s first solar power plant. Developed with the support of Indian government, the 7 MW […]

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AfDB Okays $1.5 Mn Grant for Nigeria’s On-Grid IPP Solar Procurement Program

This program will assist the Nigerian government to achieve its national goal of reaching 75 percent electricity access by 2020 and electrifying unserved and underserved areas. The African Development Bank (AfDB) board has approved the USD 1.5 million grant to support the Nigerian Government’s implementation of phase 1 of the Jigawa 1-GW Independent Power Producer (IPP) solar […]

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Millions of Nigerian Homes to Receive Electricity from Solar Plant By Wärtsilä

When operational, the plant will be the largest in Nigeria; and one of the largest on the African continent. The technology group Wärtsilä has received a letter of award for a 95,3MWp (75MWac) solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Nigeria. The award was received from Pan Africa Solar Ltd, a developer of solar PV power […]

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Agreements Signed For 120 MW of Solar Power Projects in Nigeria

Afrinegia Nigeria Limited and CT Cosmos Nigeria Limited have inked an agreement for put/call option with the Ministry of Power Works and Housing for 120 MW of Solar Power Projects in Nigeria Two more solar project developers have signed financial risk agreements for utility-scale solar power projects in Nigeria, strengthening the country’s roadmap towards becoming […]

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Scatec Solar signs an agreement for 100MW solar project in Nigeria

Integrated independent solar power producer, Scatec Solar has signed an agreement with a Canadian renewable energy development company CDIL focused on Africa and BPS, a Nigerian strategic consulting firm for a 100 MW (DC) Nova Scotia Power plant located in Jigawa State, Nigeria. Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar stated that “Solar power in Nigeria […]

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