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The Nigerian electricity sector through its Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP) will receive a $65 million investment from the European Union in collaboration with Germany’s Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).
Live and digital: Welcome keynote delivered by the Host Partner Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport and Title Partner Alstom, followed by a panel discussion looking at electric vehicle vehicle standardisation.
Smarter Mobility Africa taking place on 5-7 October aims to inspire and transform mobility across the continent.
Governments should ensure there is adequate finance for the water and sanitation sector through collaboration with international donors writes Oluwole Daramola, senior lecturer at Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria.
A great opportunity lies ahead for individuals and businesses in the energy sector, thanks to new Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) regulations in South Africa.
A report released by RES4Africa in partnership with UNECA is a methodological framework to analyse the policy and regulatory environment of African electricity markets in their preparedness to attract private sector investors.
It may be that Eskom would be better off closing down Koeberg and investing in cheaper electricity generation, than running up ever-increasing refurbishment costs to keep a 40-year-old plant running, states OUTA.
Mozambique joins its neighbouring countries by putting in place the Regulation for Off-Grid Energy Access, which will provide greater clarity for all stakeholders in the sector.
All indications are that more stringent reporting and enforcement of local empowerment requirements are on the way across much of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Solutions that combine telematics and AI have become essential for fleet managers and drivers, helping them pre-empt risks, reduce costs, and improve driving behaviour.