He said: “The parliamentarians who enacted the laws guiding the 2005 power sector reforms deserve some commendations. However, there is need for improvement because anything done by men and women is not perfect. Whenever there is a rethink on legislations on any issue, the people, who elected the parliamentarians, must come in. This is the time, in which people, must speak to their representatives on laws that require some amendments or modifications. This is what lobbying is all about.
The efforts by the Federal Government’s at boosting renewable energy in Nigeria may have been stalled as banks vow not to provide facilities to the operators, The Nation learnt. It was gathered that banks are […]
Babatunde Fashola (SAN), the minister of power, works and housing, has urged electricity distribution companies (DISCOs) to conduct “energy audit” of consumers, before transmission and distribution of electricity could be improved. He stated this in […]
Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank has asked African nations to explore other sources of generating electricity. He is also urging countries to device other means to move faster and unlock all the potential […]