South Africa has signed the long-delayed renewable energy contracts worth R55.92bn ($4.7bn). The 27 projects are the first major investment deal under President Cyril Ramaphosa. …
Many investors are wary of oil and gas in the current environment, but as he tells African Business, Segun Adebutu, chairman and CEO of Nigeria’s Petrolex, has big ambitions for his company in the sector.
Collecting war detritus and other scrap metal provides at least some income for hundreds of families.
In Kenya, a company is recycling waste from harvested sugar cane and coffee to create fuel – a glimpse of what the circular economy could look like if it takes hold across Africa.
Africa is foregoing around 2% per year of growth because of a lack of power. Solar energy could be part of the solution.
Nigeria is about to launch sub-Saharan Africa’s first sovereign green bonds. Will they succeed or fail?
South Africa goes all in for renewable energy by deregulating sector.
AfDB unveils $12bn power plan for Africa over the next five years.
Uganda set to become East Africa’s leading hydroelectric power producer.
A series of conferences and summits are being held to showcase project opportunities in the African power sector.