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Water and energy savings solutions for the mining industry

Flowserve believe that what was possibly the best solution and way of doing things 10 or 20 years ago has been replaced by more innovative solutions.

Construction begins on Tabora-Katavi transmission project

Construction commenced on the Tabora- Katavi power transmission line project, aimed at connecting Katavi to the national power supply system of Tanzania
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Awareness of East Africa’s energy outlook is growing

Connie Ochola-Iseme, the regional marketing manager for sub-Saharan Africa at Lucy Electric, says growth in renewable energy projects is “raising awareness of the beauty of Africa and [its renewable energy] potential”.
hydropower

Egypt and Ethiopia ‘deadlocked’ in Nile dam talks

Talks between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia over the operation of a hydropower dam that Ethiopia is constructing on the Nile, have reached a deadlock.

Kenya’s first green bond raises $41.45m

Kenya's first green bond has raised $41.45 million for the development of environmentally-friendly student accommodation.

Future Energy East Africa Day 2: Discussion highlights

Day 2 of the Future Energy East Africa kicked off on Wednesday with a lot of interesting discussions taking place at the Knowledge Hub sessions
Trade

Côte d’Ivoire and Kenya listed among top five in trade growth...

The Trade20 index, which identifies the 20 rising stars of trade, places African markets Côte d'Ivoire in the top spot, and Kenya at number three.
PV mini-grid projects

Ethiopia: EEU seeks to install PV mini-grid projects in 25 towns

The Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the construction and completion of PV mini-grid projects.
distribution networks

Technical aspects to planning and designing LV distribution networks

Using the Kenyan low voltage (LV) network as an example, the following checklist will endeavour to make for easier planning and safer designs.
Toshiba

Toshiba’s energy solutions in Africa: A series part interview

With help from strong demographic tailwinds and advances in capital formation, Africa is heading toward a brighter future.

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