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The African Energy Chamber (AEC) has announced the launch of the Hydrogen Summit at the AEC’s annual conference, African Energy Week (AEW) in Cape Town in October 2022
Ethiopian authorities claimed they had stopped international cyber-attack attempts targeting the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and the country's major financial institutions
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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged the international community to help Niger fight jihadist insurgents threatening the government in Niamey, the country’s capital.
The UGMC Primary Substation was one of many infrastructural assets forming part of the ECG Financial and Operational Turnaround (EFOT) Project.
Total global coal power capacity under development declined by 13% in 2021 to 457 GW, a record low, with the number of countries building coal plants falling from 41 in 2020 to 34 in 2021.
Solar home system supplier Sun King has raised $260mn in series D funding to deliver off-grid energy technologies to more people across Africa and Asia.
Zimbabwe's second city Bulawayo plans to produce clean energy from contaminated dam, solar plants atop old cemeteries
As part of US President Joe Biden’s catalytic global infrastructure initiative, announced at last year’s G7 Summit at Carbis Bay in the UK, USAID is to host a high-level leadership roundtable on the foundation of HETA
South Africa’s Sasol is quickening the pace of its green hydrogen export plans in response to Europe’s anxious search for new energy sources in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Eskom has urged the public to reduce the consumption of electricity, as the power system is severely constrained.