Australia's Largest Privately Funded Solar Array - NEXTDC

| May 30, 2017

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NEXTDC's mammoth 400kW solar array in Melbourne, designed and constructed by Energy Matters, will reduce the company's reliance on mains grid supplied power. The system produces clean electricity equivalent to the power needs of 88 Australian households

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Amaiden Energy

Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited (Formerly Moody International Nigeria Limited) was established in 1996 as a partnership between Moody international Group and Nigerian Investors. Since Commencing operations in March 1997 the company continues to grow and exerts its presence in numerous Projects in the Nigeria Oil and gas Industry. In September 2014, the company became a fully owned Nigerian Company and changed name to Amaiden Energy Nigeria limited.

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Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited (Formerly Moody International Nigeria Limited) was established in 1996 as a partnership between Moody international Group and Nigerian Investors. Since Commencing operations in March 1997 the company continues to grow and exerts its presence in numerous Projects in the Nigeria Oil and gas Industry. In September 2014, the company became a fully owned Nigerian Company and changed name to Amaiden Energy Nigeria limited.

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