Month: April 2015

 

The Power Situation in Nigeria

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We don’t remember it being this bad for some time. People get flashed for 1 hour a week and yet they are expected to pay the bill. People have run their generators 12 to 18 hours a day for weeks at a stretch.
We are really saddened that despite the billions of dollars in investments, Nigeria still produces less than 3000 MW of electricity.
The powers that be have finally realized that a solution must include renewables and they are all pointing at solar power.
Solar alone can’t do it. Micro Hydro, Wind and Solar will do it. Lets all play our part in making this a reality.P1020291

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