JinkoSolar

JinkoSolar donates 1 million masks worldwide to curb COVID-19

JinkoSolar is donating one million face masks and other protective equipment items to several countries severely affected by COVID-19.
South Africa

Component makers face long haul recovery from COVID-19

COVID-19 is expected to put incredible strain on the world’s economy, which will be effectively halted for three months or more.
Financial Modeler

AfDB launches record breaking $3bn ‘Fight COVID-19’ Social Bond

The AfDB has raised an exceptional $3bn in a three-year bond to help alleviate the impact that Covid-19 pandemic will have on Africa’s economies and society,

Effective storage solutions are essential to the success of Eskom’s turnaround

Seydou Kane, MD at Eaton South Africa explains how storage solutions will help grow the energy mix in response to government’s recently released plans.

Can you trust that your UPS will operate without interruption during...

Don't leave your carefully planned uninterrupted power supply (UPS) installation to chance; to keep things running the UPS must be properly maintained.
amendment schedule 2

S.Africa: Amendment to S2 gives effect to 2020 SONA commitments

Mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe has gazetted an amendment to Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation Act (ERA) in South Africa.

Lithuania explores remote purchasing of solar energy

Lithuania’s solar scene has achieved another milestone in solar energy generation by presenting a remote solar consumer platform to its residents.
Cameroon

Financial incentives pave the way for commercial energy solutions in humanitarian...

Three Pay-As-You-Go solar home system companies are now operating in Kiryandongo and Rwamwanja refugee settlements and host communities in Uganda.
Kaptis hydropower

Kenya’s Kaptis hydropower project to see financial close in 2020

Project developer and equity fund manager sign JDA to bring the Kaptis hydropower project in Kenya through to financial close and construction in 2020.

Somalia clears arrears owed to the African Development Bank Group

Arrears on loans owed by Somalia to the African Development Bank Group have been cleared following the payment in full of $122.55 million by the governments of the United Kingdom and the European Union.

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