Power Generation

Wärtsilä: Nigeria can reach 100% renewable energy by 2060 and cut energy costs by 74% in the process

Wale Yusuff Managing Director of Wärtsilä NigeriajpgThe global technology group Wärtsilä has released its new report, ‘Nigeria Leading Africa to Net Zero’, which provides a detailed and realistic roadmap showing how Nigeria should proceed to build a 100% renewable energy power system by 2060

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Wärtsilä: maximising share of renewables is the soundest, cheapest and cleanest power strategy available to Mozambique

Illustration 1Speaking at the Wärtsilä Mozambique Energy Forum in Maputo, in the presence of the country’s main energy decision-makers, energy experts from Wärtsilä presented the latest results of an in-depth study which models the role that renewable energy can play in building the most cost-effective and reliable power system in Mozambique

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ACWA Power signs two MoU agreements with Senegal National Water and Electricity companies

Senegal MoUACWA Power, a leading Saudi operator of worldwide water desalination and green hydrogen plants, has announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding agreements with both National Water Company of Senegal (SONES) and the National Electricity Company of Senegal (SENELEC)

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Solving South Africa’s energy crisis

shutterstock 315868061South Africa, the southernmost country of the world’s most resourceful continent, is going through successive rounds of load shedding, representing an ongoing period of widespread national-level rolling blackouts as electricity supply falls behind electricity demand

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IAEA’s new publication highlights Africa’s nuclear potential

IAEA conferenceGovernment ministers and officials from several African countries have discussed the potential of nuclear power in supporting sustainable development and the transition to clean energy

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