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The $25bn Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP) will begin construction in 2024, Nigeria's energy minister, Ekperikpe Ekpo, has said.
Reliance on outdated and inefficient coal-fired power plants in Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia complicates the transition to renewable energy.
Speaking to the Financial Times, Dangote revealed that the refinery would be floated on the NGX as a separate company, in what will be a significant development for the Nigerian bourse.
South Africa has returned to higher stages of power outages, or load shedding, with the state-owned power utility Eskom implementing stage 6 of rolling blackouts across the country.
Oleg Kryuchkov, an adviser to the peninsula's Russian governor, said 498,000 people in Crimea have been left without electricity due to the extreme weather.
As world leaders gather in the the United Arab Emirates (UAE) capital of Dubai for the COP28 energy summit, its national renewables champion Masdar is showcasing its achievements. The only trouble is that the company is not as big as it claims to be.
Ukraine was struck by an attack of 75 drones on the night of November 24, the biggest single attack ever, but air defences managed to shoot down 71, Kyiv reports.
High prices depressed domestic demand for electricity, allowing Romania to cut the amount of coal burnt in power plants.
High gas prices after political tensions with Russia resulted in the renegotiation of Moldova’s contract with Gazprom forced Moldovan companies and households to slash consumption.
Chinese-Slovak joint venture to build 20 GWh battery plant that will employ 1,500.
NGO urges development partners to stop funding fossil fuel projects in the region and focus only on renewables.