Seeking to reduce dependency on hydropower and embrace renewable energy technologies, the Zomba City Council (ZCC) has become the first Council in the country to install solar powered street lights

A joint World Bank-IFC programme and innovation, Lighting Africa, has announced the launch of a two-year consumer education campaign in Tanzania to promote solar off-grid lighting and energy produc

The expansion of mini-grids in Tanzania, enabled by bold and adaptive energy policies, is bridging the gap for the population lacking access to electricity.

By the year 2030, Morocco would have invested $40 billion in projects aiming to develop the energy sector.

On Tuesday, Kenya launched the Kenya Off-grid Solar Access Project (KOSAP), a $150 million World Bank supported initiative.

On Monday, the African Development Bank (AfDB) Board of Directors approved three senior loans totalling $55 million to finance three solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Egypt.

By 2050, 85% of global electricity needs and 44% of total energy needs will be met by renewables, according to the Energy Transition Outlook 2017 report.

In West Africa, Totota, a rural community located east of the capital, Monrovia, is the beneficiary of the planned 70kW energy solution.

BRICS member state, China, has secured $307 million sovereign project loan from the New Development Bank (NDB) for the development of a 250MW offshore wind project.

A technical team was established in May this year to help the Department of Energy (DoE) to resolve the impasse on the signing of the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) between Independent Power Prod

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