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.
Credit: Wikipedia South Africa government said planned gas-to-power projects will gulp around 50 billion rand ($3.7 billion) and will require 1.6 million tonnes a year of gas imports. Karen Breytenbach, department of energy official disclosed […]
The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) released a statement, revealing that its Board of Directors have approved the appointment of Ije Ikoku as acting Chief Finance Officer (CFO) of the Company, also stating reasons why she […]
The Eko Electricity Distribution Company (DISCO) is to install bulk prepaid meters in the military and other security agencies’ barracks within its operational territory. The General Manager, Corporate Communications, Mr. Godwin Idemudia, disclosed this […]