Africa50

Africa50 to mobilise funds for Congo’s gas-fired power plant

Africa50 signed a MoU with the government of the Republic of Congo to mobilise financing for the expansion of the Centrale Électrique du Congo.
EDCL

Cameroon tender: Implementation of rural electrification project

The government of Cameroon invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the implementation of Phase II rural electrification work.

BBOXX secures a place in the 2019 Global Cleantech 100

BBOXX, a next generation utility, was named by Cleantech Group in the prestigious 2019 Global Cleantech 100. “Our...
loadshedding

MIGA backs clean power developments in Cameroon

MIGA, a member of the World Bank Group, has issued EUR164.5 million in guarantees to two investors in the Nachtigal Hydropower Company....

Cameroon: Ndop Council to carry out electricity extension

The Mayor of Ndop Council invites bidders to tender for the extension of electricity in Ndop Central Sub Division, Ngoketunjia Division of the North West Region.

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.

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