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Nigeria: Indian Energy Firm Enters Nigeria's Power Sector

[Guardian] Feedback Energy Distribution Company (FEDCO), an Indian-based technology firm, says it has launched an indigenous high-tech Information Technology (IT) solutions system in Nigeria.

India Hosts National Dialogue on Phase-down of HFCs

India’s Council on Energy, Environment and Water and the Norwegian Environment Agency hosted a national dialogue on phasing down HFCs in India. The dialogue highlighted findings an independent study on incentives and regulations to phase-down HFCs in India.

Nigeria: How 11 DISCOs Piled N348 Billion Electricity Debt in 10 Months

[Daily Trust] The 11 electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) owe Generation Companies (GenCos) N348.503 billion as outstanding debt for energy delivered to their networks in the first 10 months of 2018, Daily Trust reports.

Event: UNEA-4 Leadership Dialogue 2: Life-cycle Approaches to Resource Efficiency, Energy, Chemicals and Waste Management

The high-level segment (HLS) on the fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) will include three interactive Leadership Dialogues, taking place on 14 and 15 March, on issues of relevance to the theme of the Assembly, ‘Innovative Solutions for Environmental Challenges and Sustainabl

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: New Toolkit Helps Quantify Efficiency’s Benefits

Carbon Reduction and Energy Efficiency in the Water and Wastewater sector (Webinar) - 20.03.2019


The linkages between water and energy consumption are significant. To produce energy, water is needed and, likewise, the provision and treatment of water requires the consumption of energy, in particular of electricity (ca. 60%).

Gambia: Gambia Renewable Energy Program to Be Launched Today

[Foroyaa] The formal launch of the Gambia Renewable Energy Programme to generate 20MW of solar energy, provide 430 km of new transmission lines and the electrification of 1,100 Schools and health centres across the country, will be held today Monday, 4th March 2019, at the Ebujan Theatre in Kanif

Sierra Leone: The Turkish, Via Boat They Arrived, a Nation Shouts 'Light Done Kam'

[Concord] At the commissioning in June, 2009, of the Regent Primary Substation and the 11kV/33kV Transmission Line, constructed through the Japanese Grant Project for Urgent Improvement of Electricity Power Supply systems, former President Koroma spoke of how convinced he was, that "the multiplie

South-East Europe parliamentarians prepare Joint Declaration on future of energy efficiency in Energy Community

The Joint Declaration, consolidating inputs by Members of parliament from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Serbia was also presented at the Energy Community Parliamentary Plenum, which was held back to back with the 3rd South-East Europe Parliamentary Foru

Good practices of cities

Cities are raising their profile within the international energy efficiency arena. More and more cities are committed to become CO2 neutral and engage a low-carbon development transition. At COP23 in Bonn, 25 cities pledged to implement more and more ambitious actions to mitigate and adapt to climate change by 2020.


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