For more than two decades, the European Union (EU) has been at the forefront of global renewable energy deployment. The adoption of long-term targets and supporting policy measures has resulted in strong growth in renewable energy deployment across the region, from a 9% share in gross final energy consumption in 2005 to 16.7% in 2015.

Climate change is expected to drive demand for clean energy in the decades ahead, giving an edge to countries that invest in the manufacture and export of low-carbon technologies.

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Female refugees residing in Kakuma refugee camp situated in northwest Kenya are set to benefit from a clean energy project following the installation of Information, Communicati

The World Bank has approved an International Development Association (IDA) Credit and an IDA Scale Up Facility Credit in the total amount of $486 million equivalent for rehabilitation and upgrading

The Mauritius Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea, for cooperation in renewable energy and

French renewable energy producer, Voltalia has obtained permits for the development of two hydropower plants with a capacity of 9.8MW and 7.2MW, respectively in Morocco.

Kenya will this year benefit from multiple financial instruments for the expansion of solar use in a push to support green living projects and energy-efficient buildings.

With efforts to boost electricity supply in Nigeria, the European Union has committed €150 million ($184 million) towards green and renewable energy projects.

Globally consistent and reliable power supply is fundamental to the broader development agenda.

ADDIS ABABA - In the first two years of the second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP-II), while some 993 villages have got access to electricity, 146 towns' electric supply has been upgraded, the

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