Decentralised Power in Nigeria

Decentralised Power in Nigeria?

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Brainstorming session at E-detectors… I suggest decentralised power in Nigeria. Kayode is lost. What does that even mean? Decentralization, as the name implies, is the process of distributing and dispersing power away from a central authority. For power systems in Nigeria, that will be the transformation of our “one-way street” of energy into a multi-directional,
We could get ~24/7 power supply if DisCos get it right

24/7 power supply in Nigeria if DisCos get it right.

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Dr Taiwo Ogunboyo (FUTA, Electrical and Electronic Engineering) is of the opinion that a vital obstacle to uninterrupted power supply in Nigeria lies in secondary distribution networks. He immediately noted the use of inadequate (ageing and overloaded) transformers as being the major problem. 100KVA where 500KVA ought to be used, serving 300 to 400 homes
What China did, what Nigeria should do - COVID19

What China did, what Nigeria should do — COVID19

It’s in. Weeks earlier some thought it would never cross our borders, but it has. While the number of confirmed positive cases worldwide is rapidly rising, there’s a very different story from China.  March 19, 2020, China for the first time recorded zero new locally transmitted case since the pandemic began. A testament to China’s

Upnepa First Analytic Release

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The month of September ended successfully with our first release of Upnepa Analytics New Letter and Infographs. Our real-time monitoring system was piloted across 3 communities located within the environs of The Federal University of Technology (FUTA) in the city of Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria. Being the first Nigerian startup to leverage IoT technology in
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