decarbonisation

biomass palm trees

Côte d’Ivoire to get Africa’s first grid tied biomass power plant

The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) and Proparco will finance a biomass power plant with grid injection in Africa in Côte d’Ivoire in a first for the continent.
hydrogen

IRENA and Morocco collaborating to explore hydrogen economy

IRENA and the Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mines and Environment (MEME) have signed an agreement to actively pursue green hydrogen studies.
Enlit Africa hydrogen and LPG sessions

Hydrogen and LPG as alternative resources as net zero deadlines approach

"Africa could become a net exporter of energy, particularly in terms of green hydrogen development".
energy transition

GE: Position paper on gas and renewables in SA’s energy transition

GE released a paper sharing their position on South Africa’s energy transition and the role they believe gas power and renewables will play in accelerating the country’s energy transition.
investment

IEA: Developing nations present critical fault line on path to net...

A new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) highlights that massive investments are required to drive the energy transition in emerging markets.
Innovation

Ed’s note: The 5Ds, according to Africa and global stakeholders

Using an engaging platform, Enlit Africa asked the audience to take a poll on which of the 5Ds they believe is the most important in achieving our energy transition.
Natural gas supply

South Africa braces for the gas revolution

South Africa is in dire need of secure energy access, coupled with a clear pathway to decarbonisation.
minister mantashe

Energy minister Mantashe: “Energy security at centre of recovery”

At the Enlit Africa digital event, Minister Mantashe said South Africa was making steady progress on its hydrogen society roadmap and invited collaboration at technical and financial levels.

DAY TWO: Best of Enlit Africa digital event agenda

Day two at Enlit Africa digital event has a heavy focus on all matters utility related including communication technology and climate finance to support long-term infrastructure growth.
Oghosa Erhahon women in energy

OGHOSA ERHAHON: Less funding, no problem! Just be prepared

We caught up with Nigerian-based Oghosa Erhahon to find out more about her belief in volunteering, the meaning of digitalisation. and changes in funding the African energy and power market in the years ahead.

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