Global law firm, Norton Rose Fulbright, has successfully closed the financing facilities on a 50MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Sikasso, Mali for the first French green Independent Power Produc

The Democratic Republic of Congo has signed a $14bn (£10bn) deal for what is billed as the world's largest hydro-electric project with a consortium of Chinese and Spanish companies.

The Government has borrowed $269 million (Rwf237 billion) from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest in sustainable, affordable and reliable electricity services.

The renewable energy boom is accelerating in Australia, and across the world. State and territory governments are leading Australia’s electricity transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy and storage. Powering Progress: States Renewable Energy Race rates states and territories based on their performance across a range of metrics.

Adani remains the largest project developer in terms of total cumulative installations

The Gurukul, a school in Sector 20, has installed a 50 KW Solar Power Plant on the rooftop and is selling extra units produced to the government.

India has a target of 100 gigawatt (GW) installed capacity of solar energy by 2022, of which 40 GW is projected to come from rooftop solar systems, an energy expert said on Thursday.

Uganda has commissioned a solar plant in its central region, that is expected to add 20MW to the national grid by November.

Cheap, reliable and hard to hijack, the sun could be an ideal energy source in many war zones and disaster areas, prompting aid agencies to consider ditching costly fuel for solar power.

Kenya has taken less than a decade to make giant strides in its energy sector.

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