Tag: Eniday

New electric sports car in Oxford's Broad Street June 2019
Energy, Ghostwriting, Interview, Investment, Journalism, Technology

Work completed in June 2019

Here is a list of some of the work Nicholas Newman has done in various formats including blogs, editorials, comment, columns and features completed for various clients in the month of June.

Giraffe at the Cotswold Wildlife Park
Africa, Energy, Eniday, Uncategorized

IFC’s Scaling Solar solutions across Africa

The International Finance Corporation‘s (IFC) Scaling Solar procurement program is developing over 1,000 megawatts of solar power in four African countries – Zambia, Ethiopia, Madagascar and Senegal. Part of the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) provides financial and advisory support to Africa’s governments, utilities and independent power producers (IPPs) to develop solar power […]

Copyright: tannjuska / 123RF Stock Photo
Energy Management, Eniday, Europe, Flame Conference, Journalism, Petroleum Review, Technology, Trains, Transport, Western Europe, Wind Power

Recent work in May

Recent examples of my journalism, editorial, copywriting and corporate work for various clients in May. Petroleum Review The trials and tribulations of managing Russian oil pipeline network A look at the work of Russian oil pipeline company Transneft Railway Journal The impact of blockchain on the rail sector A look […]

Copy writing, Journalism

Recent work in August

Here are a few examples describing or introducing some of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of August. Energy Focus How energy companies are evolving In the past, an energy company might focus on just one […]

Africa, Eniday, Power, Power Grid, Renewables

Renewables: lessons from Morocco

Nicholas Newman Eniday June 2017 The only country in North Africa without commercial scale reserves of oil or gas is Morocco, which depends on imports of variable priced (but usually expensive) fossil fuels to satisfy domestic demand. Currently, annual electricity and fuel imports costing $3 billion supply 96 percent of Morocco’s […]