Power Generation

APICORP: MENA has great potential for low and zero-carbon sources of energy

APICORP 29 DecemberThe MENA region has great potential to emerge as a major blue and green hydrogen-exporting region due to the combination of low-cost gas resources and low-cost renewable energy, according to the MENA Power Investment Outlook 2020-2024 by Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP)

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Nxuba wind farm begins operations

AdobeStock 249860355Enel Green Power South Africa (EGP RSA), subsidiary of the Enel Group, has successfully reached commercial operation on its 140 MW Nxuba wind farm in the Eastern Cape Province

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AfDB announces programme to expand solar energy generation in G5 Sahel countries

AdobeStock 333048033The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a Desert-to-Power technical support programme that will advance the rollout of solar generation in G5 Sahel countries, where 60 million people lack access to electricity

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Clean Technology Fund and Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa announce US$25mn for medium scale independent power producers

achwa hydropowerThe African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved US$15mn from the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) and US$10mn from the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) to advance the African Renewable Energy Fund (AREF) II’s projects to boost low-carbon energy generation in sub-Saharan Africa

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Bboxx, EDF, and SunCulture to accelerate access to solar-powered farming in Togo

Solar powered irrigation copyright SunCulture The Governement of Togo has agreed to partner Bboxx EDF Togo, created by Bboxx and EDF, and SunCulture to help make sustainable irrigation more accessible, increase agricultural productivity, generate additional income and improve economic opportunities for underserved communities in Togo

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