AfrElec - Africa Power Monitor
Energy transition research in Africa is relatively new but fast-growing. However, just 25% of academic articles on energy transitions in Africa are by researchers on the continent, analysts at African Arguments have found.
The Algerian National Agency for the Promotion and Rationalisation of Energy (APRUE) announced a plan to spend DZD260bn ($1.93bn) to cut energy consumption by 10% by 2030.
South Africa renewables firm Gosolr targets middle-income households via subscription-based solar solutions
At the China-South Africa New Energy Investment and Cooperation conference on Tuesday, June 13 in Johannesburg, Ramokgopa highlighted opportunities for Chinese energy companies to become involved in South Africa’s energy development.
South Africa will immediately start importing 100 MW of electricity from neighbouring Mozambique to help ease the intensity of blackouts (load-shedding) in the country.