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.
Nigeria’s commitments to renewable energy are threatened by its dire need to generate more power.
Uganda opens East Africa’s largest solar power plant.
Energy security and the cost of energy imports have encouraged some governments to enthusiastically embrace renewables.
Cape Verde and Kenya are setting the example for other African countries by developing unique approaches to renewable energy.
The Lake Turkana Wind Power project offers Kenya national benefits but faces opposition from the local community.
Successful implementation of the Paris Agreement will depend on the speed of global diffusion of green technology.
As oil prices slump and the world seeks green alternatives to fossil fuels, Kenya is pushing ahead with renewable energy projects.