Editorial

GENERATOR VS SOLAR POWER!

October 19, 2018 Princess 0

On several occasions, people opt for generators which run on fossil fuel instead of solar as alternative sources of energy. This is mainly because they assume the generator is a much cheaper and cost friendly […]

Editorial

THAT GENERATOR IS KILLING YOU!

October 12, 2018 Princess 0

It is no longer news that Nigeria still suffers poor electricity supply with all of us scrambling for generators to support what we get from the grid but that generator is killing you. Let’s skip […]

Fashola FG Releases N268Bn for Power, Works, Housing In 2016 Fiscal Year
Editorial

THE POLITICS OF POWER SUPPLY.

October 8, 2018 Princess 0

Nigeria, a country of approximately 186 million people according to the 2016 census, has about 90 million of its citizens living without electricity supply – that’s a huge fraction of the 1.5 billion people estimated […]

Editorial

Power As It Affects Technology In Nigeria

September 21, 2018 Princess 0

Technology is forever changing the world we live in. They really are. Technology has revolutionarily improved our lives – they are everywhere: in the air, water, food, business, Education, office, Electricity, shopping, Traveling, Banks, E.T.C. […]

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NEPA WAHALA: CUSTOMER SERVICE IN THE POWER SECTOR

September 11, 2018 Jeremiah 0

With privatizing the Nigerian power sector came great expectations; not just power supply improvements but all round improvements-power supply, infrastructure, tariffs, and customer service. Sadly, none of this has happened. In hindsight, the privatization of […]

Editorial

10 THINGS WE LEARNT FROM TEDX PORT HARCOURT

September 11, 2018 Princess 0

TedXPortharcourt is a local, self-organized event that brings people together to share knowledge. TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to ideas worth spreading, world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives. It’s no news that Nigeria’s power sector […]

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4 FACTORS AFFECTING POWER BILL COLLECTIONS

September 5, 2018 Jeremiah 0

DISCOs have continually borne the brunt of the power sector as a whole. They are faulted with everything ranging from the poor power supply experienced nationwide, to an impending blackout, to the current liquidity issue […]

Editorial

SOUR TALES OF THE NIGERIAN HEALTH SECTOR

August 27, 2018 Princess 0

Qualitative healthcare is dependent on power. Whether it be a simple vaccine cold-chain system, blood banking, or complex brain surgeries, electricity has an immense role to play in healthcare delivery in the 21st century so […]

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