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Guinea Bissau mulls up to three utility-scale solar PV plants

Feasibility studies for the development of up to three utility-scale solar PV plants in Guinea Bissau is set to kick off following a tender...

Nigeria gets first renewable energy academy in Africa

Leading supplier of green technology and services in Nigeria ASTEVEN Group has unveiled the first renewable energy academy in sub Saharan Africa, which it...

Egypt constructs world’s largest solar park in Benban

Egypt is constructing a huge solar park that upon completion will be the world's largest. The Benban solar complex as it is being called...

Kenya Electricity Transmission Company to electrify SGR

The Kenya Electricity Transmission Company Limited (KETRACO) says its has signed a contract worth $240M with China Electric Power Equipment and Technology Company Limited...

Ethiopia rejects World Bank arbitration in dam dispute

Ethiopia has rejected a proposal by Egypt to involve the World Bank in a dispute emanating from the construction of a dam on River...

Egypt plans huge water treatment plant amid supply concerns

Egypt is constructing a huge water treatment plant to better face future threats of shortages, president Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has said. The development comes even as...

Egypt seeks World Bank intervention over Ethiopian dam

Egypt now wants the World Bank to intervene in an impasse with Ethiopia over a huge dam that the latter is constructing on River...

Electricity access in Africa still a challenge says World Bank

Electricity access in Africa continues to be a major challenge, World Bank Global Lead for Energy Access Mac Cosgrove-Davies has disclosed. Nigeria for example is...

Ghana mulls National Building Code to check construction industry

Ghana plans to come up with a national building code to regulate the construction industry,  Prof. Alex Dodoo Director-General of Ghana Standards Authority(GSA) has...

Why good infrastructure governance is key to unlocking Africa’s potential

Infrastructure is crucial to Africa’s growth prospects. It’s also hard to get right. Until now, policy makers have focused on improving access to finance. But...
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