Utilities, ICT and telecoms: ‘mutually exclusive’

AUTC interview: Utilities, ICT and telecoms - mutually exclusive

Research to test new materials to advance tidal energy

The University of Edinburgh and commercial partner Babcock International seek to speed the development of materials and structures for tidal energy.
South Africa

Energy crisis forces South Africa to consider all options

South Africa’s energy minister highlights the importance for the country to consider all energy sources available in the future energy plans.
Ghana

Ghana to address climate change related issues

Africa Climate Week 2019, underway in Ghana – will address ways to strengthen the deployment of renewable energy resources.
natural gas fired power

Natural gas-fired power takes shape in Nigeria

A Nigerian 550MW gas-to-power facility is set to become one of the world’s lowest cost natural gas-fired plants with a price tag of approximately $600m.
Eskom loadshedding

Ed’s Note | As darkness falls across the land…

Eskom Loadshedding is having a significant economic and social-psychological toll on South Africans, and everyone is looking for answers.
battery storage

Dubai’s biggest solar park installs battery storage system

A battery storage facility built at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai marks the first storage system to be twinned...
climate finance

AfDB pledges $25bn to climate finance for 2020-2025

The African Development Bank (AfDB) is on course to achieve its target of allocating 40% of its funding to climate finance by 2020.
solar energy equipment

Ghanaian tender: Procurement of solar energy equipment

Ghana's Ministry of Communications invites sealed bids for the procurement and installation of solar energy equipment and generator set.
energy projects

Op-ed: Insights into challenges surrounding energy projects in Africa

Land rights, political instability and corruption are among the challenges that delay the development of energy projects across Africa.

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