Green energy in Africa will receive a significant boost as the UAE is set to fuel Africa’s potential with a USD 4.5 billion finance initiative.
The Dangote refinery in Nigeria, Africa’s largest oil refinery, is set to be commissioned in two weeks’ time.
South Africa’s Department of Public Works and Infrastructure has announced projects including new highways and power plants.
Green Energy Cluster Algeria has announced that new tenders are needed for a new 15,000 MW solar project and will be floated in November 2023.
Abu Dhabi-based Ryse receives funding from RWE Energy Transition Investments to expand its business and diversify its services.
Red Sea Wind Energy Consortium, majority owned by French multinational utility group Engie with a 35% stake, has reached a financial close for a new 500 MW Gulf of Suez wind farm in Egypt.
KarmSolar is an Egypt-based cleantech specializing in solar power solutions. The new project targets the agricultural sector.
Hyosung Heavy Industries holds sod-turning ceremony at the Elandskop BESS site. Construction will take 7-12 months.
Power crisis requires “immediate measures” to mitigate the impact on the country, according to Energy and Power Development Minister
Green hydrogen was the focus as South African President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the keynote address at the special-edition Sustainable Infrastructure Development Symposium South Africa (SIDSSA).