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Billions at Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals
Africa, Book Review, Business, Energy, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, National Grid, Nigeria, Oil, Pipelines, Power, Power Grid

Billions at Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals

A book review Over the years there have been many books about some of the failures, successes and near misses in the development of Africa’s energy sector. This book by NJ Ayek looks at some of the reasons behind Africa’s energy sector evolution. Like many previous writers have said bringing […]

OXFORD EV SUMMIT 2019
Design, Energy, Energy Management, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Engineers, Environment, Europe, Investment, Journalism, National Grid, Power

OXFORD EV SUMMIT 2019

The summit was a business forum based on the dual themes of business engagement and thought leadership from some informed speakers in this sector.

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Africa, Energy, Environment, Gas, National Grid, Nigeria, Power Grid, Renewables

Off-the-grid thinking to end Nigeria’s blackouts

Nigeria is one of Africa’s most developed, resource-rich countries and yet it has notably failed to provide its people with a reliable electricity supply. That is at last beginning to change. Five years after the privatisation of Nigeria’s power sector, even the most luxurious Lagos hotels still suffer daily blackouts. […]

Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Environment, Investment, National Grid, Power Grid, Press Release

How pumped storage hydro cuts customer power bills

Following the big six-power companies’ price hikes, ILI Group Plc today announced that  Pumped Storage Hydro (PSH) can save at least £100 on every household’s energy bill, reduce power price fluctuations for customers and offset millions of tons of CO2 emissions every year.  There is now over 4.2 GW of PSH in […]

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Gas, National Grid, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Gas Remains Key to UK Energy

Even today, gas from the North and Irish Sea supplies almost half of the UK’s needs leaving the lion’s share to imports via 4 pipelines fromEurope and Norway and some 9 percent to LNG tankers. 80 percent of the UK’s 25 million homes are powered by gas, one quarter of […]