AfrElec - Africa Power Monitor
Cairo University professor weighs in on Ethiopia's GERD dam, how it could affect Egypt’s water security
Turkish power producer Karpowership offers to cut controversial South Africa contract to 5 years from 20
While Karpowership has offered to reduce its original contract period for providing emergency power to South Africa with its floating gas-powered plants, the shorter contract also suggests an increased price.
In recent weeks, the United States has witnessed a surge in carbon capture investment, with major players in the energy sector making significant moves. However, as a technology it remains ineffective.
A new Great Game is underway, but it's not playing out in the steppes of Central Asia or the mountains of the Hindu Kush but in the savannahs and deserts of Africa.