Tag: Nigeria


Two more project developers have signed financial risk agreements for utility-scale solar power projects in Nigeria strengthening the country’s roadmap towards becoming a major solar power market in Africa. Local companies Afrinegia Nigeria Limited and CT Cosmos Nigeria Limited signed Read more…


GE will set up five solar power projects of 100 MW capacity each in five different states in Nigeria.


Dubai-based Phanes Group has announced plans to set up 300 MW solar PV capacity in the African country over the next three years. The capacity shall be divided into projects of 100 MW each.


GreenWish Partners, an investment company working in the renewable energy sector in sub-Saharan Africa has announced that it will se tup two solar power projects of 50 MW capacity each in northern Nigeria.


Norwegian independent solar power provider, Scatec Solar, has signed an agreement with Canadian renewable energy group CDIL and Nigerian consulting company BPS for developing a 100 MW solar power plant project in Nigeria. The 100 MW Nova Scotia Power plant Read more…


Foreign investors continue to be attracted by the budding renewable energy market in Nigeria as the government there signed fresh agreements for large-scale solar power development. According to media reports, two companies signed memoranda of understanding with the government of Read more…


Following the signing of first power purchase agreements for solar power projects, EPC contracts are being sealed for their final implementation in Nigeria. India-based Sterling & Wilson will set up 250 MW solar power capacity in the west Africa country Read more…


The west African nation of Nigeria took a major step recently towards the integration of utility-scale solar power projects into its grid. Government-owned Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) recently announced that it signed the first power purchase agreements with solar Read more…


Several west African companies are planning partnership over a landmark renewable energy project which will also be a significant step towards interconnectivity in the power sector. The ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) has proposed a Read more…

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