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Gas-fired thermal generation dominates Nigeria energy mix, RE makes little impact

According the GlobalData’s latest report, Nigeria Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2021 – Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape, gas-fired thermal generation still dominates the country’s energy mix.
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How to expedite geothermal in the Rift

Building on an analysis of experiences from Comoros, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, it is possible to draw lessons and recommendations to accelerate the deployment of geothermal energy for electricity generation and direct use.
hydrogen construction

World’s largest green hydrogen-power project to begin construction

HDF Energy has successfully reached financial close and plans to start construction on the world’s first baseload renewable energy power plant using hydrogen technology.

Quest for expression of interest: Gas thermal power plant in Cameroon

The government of Cameroon seeks to pre-qualify partners for the study, construction, and operation of a gas-fired thermal power plant in Limbé.
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Solar costs continue to break records aiding an energy transition

IEEFA states: “...the tariff required is a direct function of the solar resource, the capital cost of installation and the required rate of return for debt."
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Kibo Energy secures land for energy storage projects in Mozambique

Kibo Energy announced that it has successfully acquired additional land adjoining the thermal Benga Power Plant project in Mozambique.

In 2020 the ESI Africa print editions remain in vogue

The ESI Africa editorial team talk about the trending topics featured in the latest print edition of the journal, which has a strong focus on clean power.
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New decade: Will thermal drown in the wake of clean power?

During the early days of energy supply, thermal power ruled the generation technology mix. It was reliable, robust and cheap. But that dominance is ending.

Progress at three projects in Cameroon reduce power cuts

Power plant projects financed by the AfDB for $121.4 million in 2010-2011 are starting to provide Cameroon with reliable hydroelectric and thermal capacity.
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Rosatom presents smart water solutions for South Africa

Speaking at the technical hub at African Utility Week in Cape Town, Andrei Grinevich, head of international affairs of “Rusatom Smart Utilities” highlighted the company’s innovative “Smart Water” offer. The panel discussion “Assessing the potential of ground breaking...