Ghana’s Minister of Finance, Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta, has overseen a revival of fortunes for the country’s economy. He aims to put the private sector at the forefront of economic growth and development.
Merger and acquisition activity has slowed in Africa, but is this the start of an extended downturn or simply a pause?
A series of conferences and summits are being held to showcase project opportunities in the African power sector.
Ghana’s Sankofa gas project receives a $300m funding boost.
A project in Morocco is looking at how parabolic troughs could help make solar energy cheaper.
In 2014, an unprecedented water crisis caused historically low water levels in the largest reservoir of the Cantareira system.
The East African country has opened the world’s only operational gas water extraction power plant as it aims to achieve middle income status.
There is widespread international consensus that future economic growth must be more environmentally sustainable. But how can Africa participate and how can the transition be funded?
Major initiatives aimed at fixing Africa’s power deficit are raising hopes for an energy revolution on the continent.
Even if Power Africa reaches its goal, some 500m people will remain without electricity.