GE Africa (Lagos)
Transcorp Power Plant Can Now Light Up 2.4 Million Nigerian Homes
When the Transcorp Power Plant in Ughelli, Delta State, was bought by the Transnational Corporation Group in 2013 it had a capacity of 160MW due to an out of service gas turbine. GE Nigeria has successfully carried out a complicated flange to flange replacement of the gas turbine, replacing the old PG 9151 unit with a more efficient PG 9171 unit, which is equipped with a remote monitoring and control system. This is the first time a flange to flange replacement was carried out in Sub-Saharan Africa. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 3 April 2017
Skills development is of utmost importance in developing countries where workforces are eager for opportunities to acquire new talents. While investments are undoubtedly important… Read more »
(From left) Akeem Adediran (GE Controls Technical Adviser), Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, Adesua Dozie (GE General Counsel), Olayiwola Ajilore (GE Customer Service Manager), and,Owen Omogiafo (Heirs Holdings Director of Resources).
GE and The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) have announced a partnership that would allow up to 25 Tony Elumelu EF Entrepreneurs to participate in a dedicated 4-week advanced ... Read more »
Africa's largest cement plant in Obajana, north central Nigeria, owned by the Dangote Group, produces up to 30, 000 tons of cement daily. It will now record a major milestone, as ... Read more »