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Tunisia new tender for renewable : 824 Million USD

The Tunisian government announced on April 5 its intent to launch an international tender for the production of electricity from renewable sources at the end of April with an estimated

Africa Marketing & Strategy

More oil in Algeria?

Algerian Energy Minister Mustafa Qaitouni announced the start of the oil exploration in 10 basins in the cities of southern Bouira, beginning next July. Following his visit to the sites

Africa Marketing & Strategy

Sudan and Russia roadmap in nuclear

On March 16, the Sudanese government and its Russian counterpart signed a roadmap to start the executive procedures for the construction of a nuclear plant in the middle of next

Africa Marketing & Strategy

The Russian access to Eastern Africa

For many years, China National Nuclear Corporation has been very active in Sudan. First on the ground with a proposal to export the ACP1000, then to reduce it to a

Africa Marketing & Strategy

Rosatom is not in Sudan for a Kajaik

Russia and Sudan signed a cooperation agreement in the field of atomic energy for peaceful purposes in November 2017 during the visit to Russia of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. The

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Rosatom will prepare Ethiopian specialists to work in the nuclear power

The Ambassador of Ethiopia in Russia, Grum Abay Teshome, announced recently that Rosatom will train Ethiopian engineers to become nuclear specialists.   “Now the delegation from Rosatom is in our

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Rosatom steps in Congo nuclear program

Historically, the Republic of Congo has no nuclear power plant and research reactor facilities. Rather, the neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo had two research reactors in operation. Owned by the

Africa Safety & Regulation

The legal structure for Dabaa

Three laws concerning Egypt’s entry into the era of nuclear energy have been approved by the parliament. These laws are important in preparation for the contract “Dabaa nuclear power plant”

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South Africa integrates nuclear

The South African government has approved its 2010-2030 Integrated Resource Plan, which puts coal, gas, renewables and 9,600 MW of nuclear energy into the country’s energy landscape by 2030.