1,200 MW of Solar Power expected in Nigeria

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And again two US companies have signed MoUs to deliver 1,200 MW (1.2 GW) of utility-scale PV projects in Nigeria.

The Government of Nigeria is said to be in the process of identifying and allocating suitable land for the project. The first projects are expected to come up in 2017 Read More

Nigeria is planning for additional 2,5mw of renewable energy by 2015

Solar is expected to contribute 117MW by 2015

Solar is expected to contribute 117MW by 2015

The federal government of Nigeria is planning to implement a policy that will see the country add 2,483 megawatts of electricity into its national grid by 2015 from renewable energy sources.

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NEW: Organic Battery for almost every renewable energy power facility

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The tanks of electro active materials can be made as large as needed — increasing total amount of energy the system can store — or the central cell can be tweaked to release that energy faster or slower, altering the amount of power (energy released over time) that the system can generate.

Scientists from the University of Southern California have developed an organic battery that contains no metals or toxic materials and it can be used in association with power plants.

A lot cheaper than the lithium-ion batteries.

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