Posts Tagged “Adamawa”

AUN students build solar ovens

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AUN students build solar ovens

September 22, 2016 by Ebele Orakpo Originally published on Vanguard. These days when the in -thing is to go green and avoid contact with harmful chemicals as much as possible, some students of Yola, Adamawa State-based American University of Nigeria have devised a wood and electricity-free oven for rural dwellers who depend solely on firewood…

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92,000 Nigerian Homes Electrified with Solar Power in Six Months

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92,000 Nigerian Homes Electrified with Solar Power in Six Months

September 8, 2016 by Chineme Okafor Originally published on This Day. Solar Nigeria, a solar power initiative of the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DfID) has disclosed that businesses it supported have been able to provide more than 92,000 Nigerian homes with solar lighting or power systems between January and June 2016. The programme said…

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92,000 new homes receive solar energy in six months thanks to Solar Nigeria

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92,000 new homes receive solar energy in six months thanks to Solar Nigeria

September 1, 2016 by Editor Originally published on Solar Nigeria. Businesses supported by Solar Nigeria provided more than 92,000 Nigerian homes with solar lighting or power systems between January and June 2016. More than 45,000 of these homes are located in Northern Nigeria. All the systems were supplied on full commercial terms, with the householder…

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NGO trains 400 women on use of clean cook stove

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NGO trains 400 women on use of clean cook stove

July 13, 2016 by Balarabe Alkassim Originally published on Daily Trust. A non-governmental organisation, Development Exchange Center (DEC) has trained 400 rural women in the North- east on how to use weather friendly cooking stoves. The manager in charge of Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Lewis Abwadab, while speaking in Bauchi said the introduction of the…

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