Intro Energy to launch electricity projects using net metering system in Egypt.
Intro Energy is set to launch projects that will help produce electricity from renewable resources in Egypt. The project will be to implement a solar energy plant with a capacity of 20MW in Sharm El-Sheikh. This will also … Read More
President Sisi Plans for Energy sector expansion after meeting with Noble Energy CEO
Egypt President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has meet with delegates from Noble Energy for the expansion of the Energy sector. The meeting had in attendance Noble Energy CEO and Minister of petroleum.
During the meet, President Fattah el-Sisi … Read More
Wind power purchase set to reduce electricity bills in Kenya.
Residents in Kenya are set to have a reduce bill when it comes to electricity payment in the fourth quarter. This is after Kenya power plans to purchase wind-generated electricity at half price from October.
The plan is to first … Read More
ECOWAS and UEMOA plan to prioritise mostly investments in transport and energy sectors.
At a recent European External Investment Plan meeting in Accra, Ghana; the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) said; it wishes to prioritise investments in the transport and … Read More
Ethiopia’s indebtedness to China grows following energy investment
Following a meeting with State Grid Corporation of China, PM Abiy Ahmed oversaw the signing of a US$1.8 billion investment agreement which covers provision of electric power transmission and distribution lines. The project will supply power for up to 16 industrial parks; … Read More
ZERA to issue 12 independent power producers (IPPs) license to operate in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) is set to license 12 independent power producers. This new plan will help the country’s power deficit gap to be slashed significantly.
The aim is to increase the nation power producing firm … Read More
Ghana to reduce excess electricity spending after President Nana Akufo-Addo directive.
Ghana Government has announced that they lose US$30m annually due to spending on excess electricity capacity. The Minister of Energy John Peter Amewu made the announcement during the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) in Ghana forum.
The theme of … Read More
JICA is in talks with Egypt Ministry of Electricity to launch two new programmes.
Energy is an important aspect when it comes to infrastructural development. This is why the Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA is in talks with Egypt Electricity Ministry to launch two programs.
The talks were announced by … Read More
Mali’s 90MW power plant to go online by next week
Mali’s first independent power project, a 90MW power plant will become active by next week. The 90MW plant costs about US$139.06-million (€122-million), and will also help drive foreign investment in the West African country. It’s location is in the gold-rich … Read More
ENERGY GAINT IN SOUTH AFRICA ESKOM POSTS U.S $170 MILLION LOSS
Eskom a South African electricity public utility suffers a net loss of R2.3bn in 2018, compared with a R0.9bn profit the previous year. This statement was revealed at its financial results presentation on Monday.
The poor results were allegations … Read More
Power Africa Uganda signs MoU with UESA to expand solar energy in Uganda.
The Power Africa Uganda Accelerator, a US government funded initiative have sign an MoU with Uganda Solar Energy Association (USEA). The MoU will grant Uganda’s off-grid solar expansion programme US$500,000 to boost access to solar energy solutions … Read More
POWER TO POWER SUMMIT 2018: INNOVATION AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Details of the Power to Power Summit 2018 is as follows:
Date: 5th and 6th July, 2018
Venue: Hotel Presidential Port-Harcourt
Time: 10 a.m daily
The need for organizing this Power to Power Summit is to address the issues affecting energy/power … Read More
Zimbabwe halts solar street light project because of lack of funds.
Failure to raise enough fund have caused the Kwekwe City Council in Zimbabwe to halt the solar street light project. Last year the council made plans of raising US$200,000 for the installation of solar-powered street lights. So as to … Read More
Equatorial Guinea to construct a gas mega-hub.
Equatorial Guinea is planning to construct a natural gas mega-hub. The hub will consist of an offshore and onshore aggregation and processing facilities. It will also have an interlinked production with London government.
The first phase of the project involves implementing a new … Read More
South Africa to generate more energy with US$4.6bn IPP deal
Minister of Energy in South Africa, Jeff Radebe have signed a US$4.6bn contract with 27 independent renewable energy power producers. This contract is to enable the generation of additional 2300 MW of electricity over the next five(5) years.
This agreement … Read More
AFRICA’S FULL-STREAM & INTEGRATED OIL, GAS & ENERGY PLATFORM
CAPE TOWN INT’L CONVENTION CENTRE, CAPE TOWN
1 – 3 OCTOBER 2018
A full-stream integrated exhibition & conference platform committed to advancing future oil, gas & energy solutions for the African continent. In addition this event provides companies with an affordable … Read More
A Definitive Showcase of Sustainable, Energy Efficient, Resource Efficient and Environmentally Responsible Building Products & Services
ECOAFRIBUILD 2018: Expo Centre Nasrec, Johannesburg, South Africa from wednesday, 15 August to Saturday, 18 August 2018
ECOAFRIBUILD is a platform for the latest innovations in sustainable products and services that help building … Read More
Nigeria to get US$27m from Germany to tackle energy issues.
According to German Ambassador to Nigeria, Bernhard Schlagheck, The German government has provided a total of US $ 27m to Nigeria, to address energy and climate change issues in the country.
The sponsorship which is termed Nigerian Energy Support Programme … Read More
Ghana to get recycling facility in 2018 to help in waste management and to generate energy.
The Ghana Plastic Manufacturers Association in collaboration with P2D Recycling Limited of Germany are getting ready to establish a £5 million recycling facility. The recycling facility which would be Ghana’s first waste-to-energy recycling plant … Read More
Chad have officially begun work on two energy projects which it had planned for, 44 years ago.
The Republic of Chad has began work on two(2) energy projects it believes would boost the country’s economy. The foundation of the twin plants was laid on 28th Oct 2017 by the country’s … Read More