(i) Leadership Newspaper page 13 reports that Huawei Digital Power, has launched its full range of FusionSolar Smart PV and Energy Storage System (ESS) solutions in Sub-Saharan African market to boost renewable energy.
Vice Director of Huawei Smart PV Sub-Saharan Africa, Victor Koyier, said Sub-Saharan Africa is ideally poised to take advantage of renewable energy and solar in particular.
Details of the story captioned: “Huawei Launches Solutions to boost Renewable Energy in Africa”.
(ii) Leadership Newspaper page 31 reports that experts in the power sector have warned on the security implications of the planned sale of some key electricity generation plants in the country.
House of Representatives Joint Committees has commence the special parliament enquiry into the proposed sales of the five NIPP Power Plants by Bureau of Public of Enterprises (BPE), while the exercise has been described by electricity consumers as a miscalculated action that has national security risks.
Details of the story captioned: “Experts reject BPE proposal to sell 5 Integrated Power Plants”.
Vanguard Newspaper page 13 reports that, Calabar – Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company, PHED, has restored power supply to the Cross River State Government House.
DisCo recently disconnected power supply to the Cross River State Government House and all its Ministries, Departments and Agencies, over unpaid debt.
Details of the story captioned: “PHED restores power supply to C-River Govt House”.
Assistant Director (Press)