Kenya has allocated $93 million (Sh9.3 billion) for development of geothermal energy in the 2020/21 financial year starting next month.
Solar energy costs have dropped by the steepest margin in the last 10 years among renewable sources, even as hydropower
Namibia leads in sub-Saharan Africa in the race to achieving net-zero emissions in energy generation and consumption, followed by Ghana
Kenya is among a handful of nations worldwide generating and consuming electricity almost completely from renewable sources. Geothermal is serving
Africa accounts for a paltry 1.9 percent of the global share of developed renewable energy capacity, casting a light on
Telecommunications giant Safaricom believes that embedding green behaviour across the entire value chain can mean black ink, not just a