AfrElec - Africa Power Monitor
Egypt’s foreign minister says Cairo won't bring GERD issue before UN Security Council, despite Ethiopia row
Savannah Energy, a British renewable energy company, has signed a memorandum of agreement with the government of Niger to develop up to 200 MW of solar photovoltaic capacity.
IFC’s ambitious Scaling Solar plan fails to provide wider replicated model in sub-Saharan Africa, analyst says
Mauritania plans to have 80 GW of electrolyser capacity if all of its hydrogen projects come to fruition, the country's Minister of Petroleum, Mines and Energy, Abdessalam Ould Mohamed Saleh, told the Africa Hydrogen Forum in Rotterdam on May 9.
Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi are due to feed an additional 27 MW of electricity into their respective national grids now that the Regional Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project (RRFP) has reached 99% completion.
Zambia’s state-owned electricity company, ZESCO Limited (ZESCO), has commissioned a 750-MW hydropower plant at Kafue Gorge, in the south of the country, according to an American publication.