In West Africa, the government of Liberia and the International Development Association (IDA) signed a $2 million loan agreement in Monrovia on Tuesday.
Loan agreement to boost renewables

The Energy Access Situation Report, 2016 Tanzania Mainland, reveals that solar power is the dominant electricity source in the country’s rural areas.

In Southern Africa, the ZTE Corporation has completed a feasibility study for Zimbabwe Power Company's Insukamini Solar Project.

In North Africa, Egypt has secured a future 400MW of solar power through a 25-year power purchase agreement with several partners.

South African state-run power utility, Eskom, has confirmed its long-term investment in renewables research, which has been supported by the CSIR and Stellenbosch University.

Angola’s energy sector is set to augment as the government has approved a 18MW hydropower plant to be built in the northwestern region.

In West Africa, the Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Bollore Group for a decentralised electrification programme in Guinea.

Kenya’s shift to renewable energy sources presents a lucrative and expanding market for solar equipment.

Mismanagement and oversight could significantly limit Tanzania to benefit from the new oil and gas discoveries, reveals a new audit report.

In West Africa, the Nigerian Governor of Cross River State, Ben Ayade, has announced that his administration has concluded plans to build a 2MW multi-fuel power plant in each of the 18 local counci

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