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Hydrogen is hot air or hot energy, depending on where you stand

Whether the hydrogen economy turns out to be hype or the hope for Africa to create clean energy for all depends on how governments respond to taking advantage of the proposed energy value chain.
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Green funding for Guinea and Mali to provide affordable electricity

New grant and loan funding from the European Union (EU) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) is expected to improve access to clean and affordable energy to West Africans in Guinea and Mali.

Joint venture: Clariant and India Glycols tap into renewables megatrend

Clariant and IGL announced a strategic partnership to establish a 51-49% joint venture in renewable ethylene oxide (EO) derivatives.
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Accelerator for women-led green energy businesses in Malawi and Nigeria

The Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum has launched an Accelerator Programme targeting green women-led or owned businesses.
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100MW wind farm to power more than 400,000 Ethiopian households

Siemens Gamesa has sealed the deal on its first wind farm project in Ethiopia.
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Exploring productive use of energy in Niger

German university TH Köln is setting up a solar energy system at a school in the Dossa region of Niger to demonstrate how the productive use of power can strengthen rural economies.
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Paint with cool surface technology to save energy – SANEDI

Cool surface technology is an immediate and inexpensive solution to South Africa’s efforts to create an economy built on green energy, says SANEDI.

Enel Foundation advise on sustainable green energy

Enel Foundation was recently invited to the third edition of the International Motorsports & Environment Workshop in Monaco.
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ABB to support South Korea’s greener future

Korea Electric Power Corporation has awarded ABB Power Grid’s business with a large order to build two new converter stations.

300GW of new wind capacity in the pipeline for 2023

Market-based mechanisms, such as auctions, tenders and Green Certificates were the main drivers behind wind capacity and new installations in 2018.