Green bond issuance

Power Africa, Africa50 deal to attract financing in SSA power sector

A MoU signed by Power Africa and Africa50 aims to attract investments in the energy industry in Sub-Saharan Africa
Nokia

Nokia and Globalstar take connectivity to new heights in Africa

Nokia and Globalstar have developed a solution to provide high capacity, low latency and secure connectivity to enterprises to simplify their digital transformation journeys.
solar PV association

Latin America and Caribbean poised for massive solar power growth

Latin America and the Caribbean could grow their installed solar capacity by a factor of 40 by 2050.
SAWEA

New board members add diversity to the SAWEA leadership

The board represents a blend of developers (30%), IPPs (60%) and OEMs (10%), the critical role players in the wind energy value chain,” explained Ntombifuthi Ntuli, CEO of SAWEA.
Enel Foundation

Brown to Green emissions report released, SA not measuring up

The Brown to Green emissions Report published by the Climate Transparency partnership states that ghg in South Africa have increased by 39% since 1990.
Nuclear

Nuclear a viable part of global energy transition says S&P report

Nuclear power generation should remain a part of the global energy mix despite challenges related to safety other concerns, says the S&P report.
Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce signs a deal for the supply of gas-powered gensets

Rolls-Royce sealed a contract of cooperation with 2G Energy, the contract covers the mutual supply of gas-powered gensets.

‘Promise made, promise kept’ by the 2019 Africa Investment Forum

“Promise made, promise kept,” said African Development Bank President Akinwuni Adesina when he noted some of commitments made during the 2018 Forum.
California

California: Renewables sustain groundwater sustainability

A new Princeton University-led study in Nature Communications indicates that solar and wind energy aid in groundwater sustainability.
energy future

Why Africa’s energy future matters to the world

Africa Energy Outlook 2019 finds that current policy and investment plans in African countries are not enough to meet the energy future needs.

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