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Africa Safety & Regulation

Congo Restarts its Nuclear Program

The Council of Ministers of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) approved the restart of the Triga II reactor in Kinshasa. The Congolese authorities will present the country’s position during

Africa Business activities & Projects

Namibia Kunene Solar Plant Completed

The Ministry of Environment, with the help of the Environmental Investment Fund (EIF), has completed the construction of a 150-kilowatt solar plant, in the Kunene region, Namibia.  The plant worth

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South Africa may face more power outages within 3 years

An economic report warned that South Africa may face power outages for longer periods in the next two or three years because the capacity of “Eskom Holdings” for electricity is

Africa Marketing & Strategy

Nuclear power generation, soon in Ghana

The Executive Director of Ghana’s nuclear power plant, Theo Ni Okai, said that his country is “planning to start producing nuclear energy in the near future.” He also added: “It

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Zimbabwe will become a net exporter of electricity by 2024

The government approved a plan to develop energy from mineral resources, which include the extraction of coal bed methane for power generation, production of liquid fuel from coal, and power

Africa Middle East

Launching Arab initiative to achieve self-sufficiency from renewable energy

The Arab Renewable Energy Commission (AREC) is considering launching an Arab initiative to achieve self-sufficiency in renewable energy–electricity, without the need for the linkage with distribution companies. The Secretary–General of

Africa Business activities & Projects

Completing 70% of the construction work of the Ethiopian GRD

The Director General of the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam Project, Kefel Horo, has announced that about 70% of construction work on the dam is complete. This came during his conversation

Africa Business activities & Projects

$3 billion loan for the transmission and distribution networks in Nigeria

The World Bank has approved Nigeria’s request for a $3billion loan for the expansion of the transmission and distribution networks in the power sector. The minister of Finance, Budget and

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Ghana GCB Bank injects more cash in the Energy Sector

GCB Bank is the leading bank in the country, supporting the power, oil, and gas sectors. The bank has extended financial support of GH¢100 million (17,54 Million USD) to the energy