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The African Development Bank together with the Korean Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Export-Import Bank of Korea have signed an agreement, under which Korea will provide $600 million in co-financing for energy projects alongside the Bank.
Electricity access for low-income households: good policy intentions, bad trade-offs and unintended consequences.
Sun Connect's Harald Schützeichel writes about how suporting start-ups is integral to the off-grid industry.
In late February, the Nigerian Federal Government and Siemens AG signed a contract for the pre-engineering phase of the Presidential Power Initiative (PPI).
Lucy Electric's new unit comprises an expansion processor accommodating up to three more sub-assemblies allowing the remote terminal unit to control up to six switches.
Siemens’ pre-engineering contract to expand Nigeria’s grid capacity to 25,000MW has been approved.
Amid the COVID-19 lockdown, electricity consumption in India has plummeted considerably with power sector distribution companies needing to be rescued.
With barely a day having passed since sacking outgoing Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) managing director Usman Mohammed, minister of power Sale Mamman met with the new managing director Sula Abdulaziz and his management team this week.
Kenya Power has launched a court case to challenge the cancellation of a tender, arguing that the case should be ruled under European law.
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