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Steady electricity for Nigerians in 6 months or less

We can get steady power supply in 6 months and we need not break the bank to do so neither do we need to be held hostage by foreign investors that must be pleased by our government at any cost just to solve a problem we can solve ourselves. I must warn you before hand that you may find most of my positions unbelievable and may be tempted to dismiss them but trust me they are...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on January, 25 2011

Problems with implementing alternative energy projects in Nigeria

As the cost of energy from conventional sources like fossil fuel and coal continues to increase and the need to reduce the level of carbon emission that is being argued as being the major cause of global warming remains a popular agenda, the need to turn to renewable energy becomes the only viable and sustainable alternative or solution. What this means is that people, organizations and nations continue to look for ways to cost effectively develop...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on August, 3 2010

Proposed energy tariff hike and privatization; the role energy efficiency can play

Energy remains a moving target and as long as we have population increase and proliferation of electronic and electrical gadgets and appliances the energy requirement will continue to increase. This means that the only reasonable and cost effective approach to addressing the challenges of energy increase is to reduce the energy requirement and the most reliable and functional way to do this remains a strong energy efficiency policy from the government. With a strong energy policy...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on July, 7 2010

Time to take energy efficiency serious

There is no better time to emphasize on the importance of energy efficiency than now considering the reality facing the world in terms of dwindling economy. Even electronics makers are shifting to energy efficient products by updating or even radically changing designs to focus more on energy efficiency. Why would someone be wasting say 900W of electricity every single hour when 75W of electricity is enough to achieve the same purpose? Why pay 12 times what...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on December, 11 2008

Nigeria Power Problem - Why Energy Conservation Is A Must

The ability to understand a problem is key if any meaningful solution is being expected. That the state of power supply in Nigeria is low is no news, what is news however is that in spite of money and energy expended thus far in trying to solve this problem the most basic and yet effective approach is being over looked. To begin with we are energy wasters in Nigeria. The FG policy on power seems to...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on November, 8 2008

Energy efficient products you may consider

Advances in the area of power management have led to the increase in the number of energy efficient products around us yet many have not taken time to understand that they can indeed crash their energy bills overnight or in reality in a matter of days or weeks. Unless most (if not all) of your electrical and/or electronic appliances are new chances are that you are surrounded by appliances that open their mouths wide to consume...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on August, 27 2008

Thinking of dumping PHCN? Here is how

Seems a lot of people are tired of PHCN to the extent that the common request these days from Nigerians is for solar panels or wind turbines so they can generate their own electricity. When reminded that even the poor state of power supply in Nigeria is enough to guarantee steady power supply you are told that some of them have not had light for 1 week at a stretch and that it is not unusual....... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on June, 23 2008

Energy Efficiency - Can't solve our energy crisis without it

Sometimes I am tempted to believe that the powers that be do not want to solve the problem of power supply in Nigeria otherwise how can one explain why the relevant authorities are shying away from strategies to reduce our current and future energy needs which by all means will be cheaper, simpler and faster to provide? Every time I hear the government talking about generating X amount of energy for Nigerians without any comments on...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on June, 9 2008

Government's estimate on energy need, very faulty

Everyone agrees that we need constant electricity in Nigeria. Very few Nigerians care about how we use energy in Nigeria. The government seems not to be on top of the core issues let alone addressing them properly. Can we see uninterrupted power supply in Nigeria anytime soon? Yes, only if the government does the right things including but not limited to a strong energy efficiency policy, effective monitoring of energy usage and generating the much needed...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on April, 2 2008

Nigeria Energy Problem; common sense and relevant knowledge needed

A lot of people have come up with many solutions to the current energy problem in Nigeria with solutions proffered ranging from incorrect conclusions to wishful thinking based on wrong premises. What does it take for one to take the time to objectively analyze a problem before talking about a solution? Why waste time and money presenting position papers on issues that have not be analyzed in an objective and workable manner? Why propose solutions that...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on February, 6 2008

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