ELECT-ELECT = POWER + POLITICS

Two issues that trend on my mind, especially lately, are ELECTRICITY & ELECTIONS in Nigeria. In short, Elect-Elect #NoPunIntended. This takes me back to my undergraduate days, in the faculty of engineering at the University of Lagos. Elect-elect was the common short form for Electrical and Electronics engineering. It was arguably the most powerful department … Continue reading ELECT-ELECT = POWER + POLITICS

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2018: AI vs Sapient power

sapient |ˈsāpēənt| adjective 1 formal wise, or attempting to appear wise. • (chiefly in science fiction) intelligent: sapient life forms. 2 relating to the human species (Homo sapiens): our sapient ancestors of 40,000 years ago. noun a human of the species Homo sapiens. ... Artificial intelligence is here to stay and will be a bit … Continue reading 2018: AI vs Sapient power

Understanding and meeting energy needs

I remember 2 years ago during my postgraduate program, my Economics lecturer often analyzed how public officers determined payable tax rates from income and expense behaviours of people. We usually discussed income brackets and the basic necessities (goods & services) that most people would generally spend on and/or consume. There are a variety of perspectives … Continue reading Understanding and meeting energy needs

FAQs and FACTS about Renewable Energy Potential in Nigeria

What is renewable energy? Renewable Energy as the name implies, is energy that is naturally renewed in relatively quick succession. There are a number of renewable forms of energy that are being exploited today. Some of the most common ones include Hydropower, Wind and Solar. These resources are regarded as renewable forms of energy because they are easily replenished to the … Continue reading FAQs and FACTS about Renewable Energy Potential in Nigeria

CLIMATE CHANGE: A global system science problem (The Nigerian Perspective)

  In the near recents of 2011, the members of the United Nations held a conference of all parties in other to address the issues surrounding a perceived global climate change. Although, no major decision was set in stone in that meeting, it was agreed that the members would reconvene in another 4 years to … Continue reading CLIMATE CHANGE: A global system science problem (The Nigerian Perspective)