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Electricity consumption decreased by 25% in Tunisia

Tunisian Minister of Energy and Mines, Munji Marzouk, confirmed that electricity and gas consumption decreased by 25% due to the decrease in economic activity. Marzouq added that the ministry is

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Nigeria to build Africa’s second largest hydroelectric power plant

Nigerian Energy Minister, Sally Maman, announced that his country intends to construct the second largest hydroelectric power station in Africa, after the government settled a judicial dispute that was postponing

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Zimbabwe lacks investment into solar fields

Zimbabwe lacks US$8 billion investment into solar fields if the country wants to solve power shortages that have seen most suburbs going for up to 18 hours daily without electricity.Zimbabwe

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Joint Spanish – Moroccan program to finance renewable energy projects

Spain and Morocco have signed financing agreements for the first version of project requests within the framework of the “Spanish – Moroccan Energy Innovation Program” in Rabat. Aziz Rabah, Moroccan

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Minister Mantashe Appoints Necsa Board Members

In accordance with section 16(2) of the Nuclear Energy Act, 46 of 1999, the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy has appointed seven Board Members to the South African Nuclear

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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

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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

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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