Tag: Renewable energy

The story of how Egypt built one of the world’s largest...

Hosam Hussein is one of the 10,000 Egyptian workers that helped build the fourth largest solar park in the world.

Africa’s Largest Wind Farm Saves Kenya €126m in Fuel Imports

Sub-Saharan Africa’s largest wind farm in northern Kenya saved the country €126 million (sh15.7 billion) in reduced fuel imports in the first...

Solar Records Steepest Price Drop Among Renewables

Solar energy costs have dropped by the steepest margin in the last 10 years among renewable sources, even as hydropower recorded an...

Renewables With Pave The Way Forward For South Africa

South Africa’s renewable energy sector might just have the resilience to navigate the Covid-19 crisis, given that it was already on the...

ZAMBIA: Towards surplus electricity production from renewable energies

Zambia is already self-sufficient in electricity. The authorities estimate that the country's electricity production will increase tenfold by 2022 with the...

Global Green Energy Investments Hit $3 Trillion

The world has shelled out $3 trillion towards developing renewable energy projects over the past 10 years. In return,...

Spotlight On Africa’s Two Percent Share Of Global Green Energy

Africa accounts for a paltry 1.9 percent of the global share of developed renewable energy capacity, casting a light on the continent’s...

Mini-Grids To Enable Kenya’s 100% Connectivity By 2022 – Minister

Kenya is constructing solar-powered minigrids in off-grid regions as it races to beat its target of achieving universal access in the next two years.