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PowerGen plans to connect 55,000 people to electricity in rural Nigeria

PowerGen plans to connect 55,000 people to electricity in rural Nigeria

PowerGen, the leading developer in Africa of on-grid and off-grid distributed energy, has secured long term project financing to connect 55,000 people to electricity in rural Nigeria from CrossBoundary Energy Access with construction financing provided...
Oyster Bay wind farm ready for commercial operations

Oyster Bay wind farm ready for commercial operations

Every year the Oyster Bay wind farm will generate over 568 GWh and prevent 590,000 tons of CO² from being emitted into the atmosphere.  This brings the number of operational Enel Green Power RSA wind and...
Kenya begins work on mega facility to host Afri-Cities conference

Kenya begins work on mega facility to host Afri-Cities conference

The government has embarked on construction of a Sh1.4 billion Convention Center in Kisumu to host over 5, 000 delegates during the Afri-Cities conference to be held in the lake side city in April...
Gabon's first independent hydropower project gets financial boost

Gabon’s first independent hydropower project gets financial boost

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (www.AfDB.org) has approved a €39 million loan package for the construction of the Kinguélé Aval hydroelectric project in Gabon. The package comprises €20 million from...
Bentley Systems Announces Seequent’s Acquisition of Aarhus GeoSoftware

Calls to Halt Construction of Massive Oilfield in One of Africa’s last Wildernesses

Wildlife and environmental campaigners have called for international action as concerns grow over a project to create a massive oilfield in one of Africa’s last wildernesses. ReconAfrica, a Canadian oil and gas company, has licensed...
Sensing data processed and inverted in AGS Workbench software can then be combined in Seequent’s Leapfrog Works to create a 3D model that gives a detailed overview of resources. The above image is a hydrogeological map of the subsurface of the Principal Aquifer (and parts of the Ogallala Aquifer) in Nebraska, United States. Airborne Electromagnetic (AEM) remote sensing was used to capture data from the 4,000-square-mile study area. The color-coded volumes represent eight resistivity categories. Higher resistivity values are represented as yellow to red (sand and gravel), lower resistivity values are represented as blue to green (clay and silt), and brown represents bedrock.

Bentley Systems Announces Seequent’s Acquisition of Aarhus GeoSoftware

Bentley Systems, Incorporated (Nasdaq: BSY), the infrastructure engineering software company, today announced that its Seequent business unit has acquired Danish company Aarhus GeoSoftware, a developer of geophysical software. The acquisition extends Seequent’s solutions for operational...
Besix gets work on Africa’s tallest building the F Tower in Abidjan

Besix gets work on Africa’s tallest building the F Tower in Abidjan

PFO Africa, the project's designer and developer, has awarded BESIX the site management as well as the civil engineering works of the F Tower, in Abidjan. The project, supported by the Ivorian Ministry of...
CDC Group boosts Redstone Concentrated Solar Power Project

CDC Group boosts Redstone Concentrated Solar Power Project

CDC Group (“CDC”), the UK’s development finance institution (DFI) and impact investor, has announced a US $50 million project finance direct debt investment to ACWA Power’s Redstone Concentrated Solar Power Project (“Redstone”) in South...
Togo banks on huge solar plant to boost its energy portfolio

Togo banks on huge solar plant to boost its energy portfolio

Togo has launched what it says is the largest solar plant in West Africa that will help provide power to more than 158,000 households and save more than one million tonnes of CO2 emissions. 50...
Work on Blue Amber Zanzibar resumes after years of delay

Work on Blue Amber Zanzibar resumes after years of delay

Construction on Blue Amber Zanzibar, billed to be East Africa's biggest resort has resumed after five years of delay, the resort Manager Murtaza Hassanal and the project director of the Pennyroyal (Gibraltar) limited Saleh...
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