Posts Tagged “Enugu”

US firm, Motir DuSable to build 300MW solar plant in Enugu

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US firm, Motir DuSable to build 300MW solar plant in Enugu

August 6, 2016 by Ejike Ezeilo Originally published on Vanguard. A US-based renewable energy power firm, Motir DuSable Power Investment Limited, has sited its 200m dollar solar project in Enugu State to generate 300 mega watts of solar power into the national grid. In the first phase of the project, the firm is to generate…

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Nigeria’s Leap Towards Solar Energy

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Nigeria’s Leap Towards Solar Energy

July 19, 2016 by Chineme Okafor Originally published on This Day. The recent signing of power purchase agreements between the federal government and 12 firms for the construction of solar power plants in eight states that will generate 975MW of electricity is a good development for Nigeria’s energy mix, given the incessant disruption of gas supply…

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NBET, 12 firms sign PPAs for 975MW of solar power

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NBET, 12 firms sign PPAs for 975MW of solar power

July 5, 2016 by Simon Echewofun Sunday   Originally published on Daily Trust. The Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET) yesterday signed pacts with 12 firms who would construct solar power plants in eight states and generate a cumulative 975 megawatts (mw) into the electricity grid. Speaking after the signing the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) in…

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Motir DuSable and Martifier Solar partner up for 100 MW solar plant in Nigeria

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Motir DuSable and Martifier Solar partner up for 100 MW solar plant in Nigeria

May 24th, 2016 by Sam Pothecary Originally published on PV Magazine. Nigerian and American company Motir DuSable has already been awarded a power generation license for the project and has now signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Martifier Solar to develop the plant. Although fears have been mounting that the solar market in Nigeria may stall…

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