Some 894 million people in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to clean cooking fuels, mostly due to their low purchasing power.
Solar energy costs have dropped by the steepest margin in the last 10 years among renewable sources, even as hydropower
Kenya leads Africa in the pace at which it is electrifying its population through a mix of grid and off-grid
Nigeria and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have for the first time each replaced India as countries with the largest
Uganda is representing Africa in advancing the role of hydropower in enabling wide-scale transition to renewables post-Covid-19. Hydro Power Association
The world has shelled out $3 trillion towards developing renewable energy projects over the past 10 years. In return, the
Kenya has raced past Italy to emerge seventh largest geothermal power producer in the world, new global data shows. Kenya’s
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) projects that hydrogen use as an alternative fuel for transport may lead to a