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The nuclear roadmap of Rwanda

Rwanda has decided to set up a center for nuclear science and technology (CNST) in the next five years, according to the head of the Energy Division at the Rwandan

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Update on Zambia nuclear Program

Reuben Katebe, the National Coordinator of the Nuclear Energy Implementation Organization, said the program was progressing well and would be implemented in two phases, the first being the construction of

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New capacities to the Tunisian grid

Tunisian Minister of Industry, Salim Al Feriani, revealed the entry of first solar power plant in the Tozur state into production. The station will begin work within the coming weeks

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The nuclear program in Ethiopia

In June 2017, Rosatom and the Ethiopian Ministry of Science and Technology signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in various areas of the use of atomic energy for peaceful

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Kenya nuclear program is postponed

Slowing economic growth and declining electricity demand could slow down Kenya’s ambition to commission its first nuclear power plant by 2027. The economic growth projection of 6.3% for the year

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Moroccan electricity exports to Spain causing a crisis?!

Spain and the European Commission are looking at taxes on low-cost electricity that Madrid imports from Morocco. Teresa Ribera, the Spanish Minister of Ecological Transition, sent a letter to the

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Qatari efforts to enter the North African energy market

Qatari state-owned “Nebras Power” company, has acquired a 60% equity stake in Carthage Power Company (CPC) in Tunisia through their Dutch affiliate*. Carthage Power has a power plant in Tunis,

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China and Tunisia cooperate to achieve sustainable energy transition

Tunisia and China have signed an agreement to promote cooperation between the two countries in the renewable energies sector in order to achieve a sustainable energy transition. According to the

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South Africa ready to take Russia in the nuclear program

South Africa’s Foreign Minister Lindiwe Sisulu confirmed her country’s readiness to discuss ways to enhance cooperation in nuclear energy with Russia during their high-level bilateral meeting. “I think our president