Editor’s column: New markets are often not obvious targets

For international companies exploring these new markets the challenge is in defining the middle-income household’s needs and by association, their ROI.
ESI Africa 2019 Media Information

ESI Africa 2019 media information now available

Fill in the form below to access our 2019 media information document.   Who are we? ESI Africa - Africa’s leading power and energy journal - is...
substations

Cameroon: CENAME seeks bidders to install LV substation

Deadline date: 12 December 2018 The General Manager of Central National Supply of Essential Medicines (CENAME),  launches an open national invitation to tender for the construction...
Hydropower

Hydropower race continues in full force

Africa’s mammoth hydropower project, the Grand Inga Dam, is back in the news. Its story, which began more than six decades ago, continues to...

Ed’s note: Hydropower race continues in full force

Africa’s mammoth hydropower project, the Grand Inga Dam, is back in the news. Its story, which began more than six decades ago, continues to raise hackles.
TANESCO

Angola joins gas exporting countries forum

The African Energy Chamber has applauded Angola’s move to join the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, following President passing the law.

3 reasons for South Africa to reject Grand Inga 3 project

The South African government signed a treaty in 2014, in which it pledged to buy 2,500MW of hydropower per year once the Grand Inga 3 project comes online by 2030.
Stiegler's Gorge

IFC coordinates financing package for Cameroon hydropower project

IFC in partnership with the government of Cameroon, and EDF have signed a set of agreements that will lead to the construction of the Nachtigal hydroelectric plant.

Gabon to develop water production unit, two hydro plants

The Gabonese Strategic Investment Fund and Eranove have signed a concession agreement with Gabon for the production of drinking water and two PPAs.
Stiegler's Gorge

DRC signs joint deal with developers for Inga 3 project

The DRC government has signed a $14 billion joint development agreement with a consortium of Chinese and European developers to construct the Inga 3 project.

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