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Ethiopian Dam Project Could Start Power Generation By June

AFRICANGLOBE - A much-delayed $1.8 billion dam project under construction along Ethiopia's Omo river could begin generating power by June and be fully operational by early 2016, an official said on Thursday.

Ethiopia Powers 13,200 Homes With Solar Energy

AFRICANGLOBE - In a bid to improve power generation, Ethiopia’s Energy Ministry said it has launched a $11 million (birr208.8 million) solar systems project, which will be used to power 25,000 homes in rural areas of the country.

Korea to Invest U.S.$30 Billion in Nigeria’s Power Sector

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria's federal government on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with HQMC of Korea. The company committed to invest $30 billion in...

Nigeria Plans Safety Measures For Nuclear Power

Nigeria's government has stressed its commitment to engage the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and relevant stakeholders, in ensuring safe application of radioactive materials...

Investors to Take Charge of Nigeria Power Companies By 2013

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria’s Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) has revealed that by July 2013, preferred bidders for the country’s power generation and distribution firms...

Namibia One Step Closer To Energy Self Sufficiency

Namibia moved closer to its goal of becoming self-sufficient in its power generation by 2016 with the switching on of the fourth turbine at...

Nigerian Govt Declares Emergency Gas Supply Plan

Concerned by the recent shortfall and challenges in supply of gas to thermal power stations in the country which has subsequently led to significant...

Nigeria U.S. to Invest U.S.$1.5 Billion in Power Generation

The United States Tuesday declared its readiness to invest as much as $1.5billion in the Nigerian Power Sector through its various private sector companies...

Nigeria to Increase Power Generation 50% by 2012

Nigeria's Federal Government has given the assurance of boosting power on the national grid from the current 4000 mega watts (MW) to 6000MW by 2012.