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A nonprofit, teaching women how to sell and use solar-powered lights and other equipment, building their entrepreneurial skills, received grant funding to use data to propel their impact.
Friends of the Earth Africa launched ‘A Just Recovery Renewable Energy Plan for Africa’ report, which demands a complete shift from current ‘dirty’ energy systems to achieve 100% renewable energy in Africa.
Although traditionally a male-dominated profession, welding is increasingly becoming the domain of women, who are widely acknowledged for their skilled abilities in this field.
Exclusive interview: The Chief Community Operations Officer at Energy Infrastructure Management Services (EIMS), Nomzamo Landigwe, believes that the renewable energy sector has a significant role to play in supporting primary healthcare.
Eskom, under the banner of its Eskom Women Advancement Programme (EWAP), re-emphasised its commitment to achieving gender equality and to closing the gender-based income differentials in the workplace.
Innovate: Africa, under the leadership of CEO Sivan Ya’ari, has completed over 500 solar and water projects across 10 countries in Africa and is on a journey to complete more in partnership with communities and governments.
Working across eight renewable energy projects as a junior power engineer at Globeleq South Africa, Nozi Mobovane's role includes mastering engineering skills for both solar and wind technology.
Lenah Mabusela, one of Globeleq South Africa’s power engineers, talks about the importance of the country celebrating Youth Day as well as diversity in the renewable energy sector.