Nigerian Gas Transportation Network Code has been effected

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, has launched the much anticipated Nigerian Gas Transportation Network Code.
climate resilient

Advanced economies recorded lowest carbon emissions in 2019

Despite widespread expectations of another increase, global energy-related carbon emissions stopped growing in 2019, according to the IEA latest data.
hydropower course

Hydropower needs a course of action for sustainable development

Strategic discussion took place at a high-level meeting held to chart out a course for the sustainable development of Africa's vast hydropower resources.

Total acquires 50% of Adani’s 2GW solar portfolio

Total is expanding its partnership with Adani Group, India's largest private energy and infrastructure firm, to increase the country's solar power growth.
Open Africa Power

Enel Foundation dedicates Open Africa Power to Nelson Mandela

During the launch of Open Africa Power training module at UCT GSB, Enel Foundation and Nelson Mandela Foundation unveiled a new partnership.
NERSA

Eskom’s court case against NERSA ruled as “not urgent”

On Monday the North Gauteng High Court decided that Eskom’s court case against NERSA will be heard as Part B of the review process.
decarbonising large industry

Decarbonising large industry will secure access to global capital

The ability of large industry such as mining to implement decarbonsing practices will be central to maintaining institutional investor commitment.
African digital leaders

Equipping African digital leaders for the fourth industrial revolution

GE and the Africa Leadership University have kicked-off the 3rd cohort of the AIIP, aimed at equipping digital leaders for the 4th industrial revolution.
power sector

Nigerian gov urged to review the privatisation of the power sector

President of the Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan is calling on the Nigerian government to review the privatisation of the power sector.
energy future

First continental report on implementation of Agenda 2063 unveiled

The African Development Bank, the United Nations, and the African Union have acknowledged the significant progress made in implementing Agenda 2063 and urged African countries to go further to fast-track economic transformation.

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