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Tanzania's Mwenga wind farm begins operation

Tanzania’s Mwenga wind farm begins operation

Tanzania's First ever wind farm with a capacity of 2.4 MW has started operation, its owner Rift Valley Energy Group has announced. The company started commissioning the Mwenga wind farm a few days ago after...
Water security ‘more important than power’ – Experts

Water security ‘more important than power’ – Experts

By Infrastructurene.ws Experts from the water sector are calling for increased investment in advanced water treatment technologies to assist with water security. While electricity is top of mind for South Africans at the moment, industry experts...
KenGen launches Olkaria V geothermal power project

KenGen launches Olkaria V geothermal project

Kenya's power producer KenGen has announced the launch of the 158MW Olkaria V Geothermal Power Plant which the company says is part of its green energy programme aimed at ensuring a steady supply of energy...
UK exports boost critical infrastructure projects in Africa

UK exports boost critical infrastructure projects in Africa

The International Trade Secretary, Liz Truss, announced today (Monday, 20th January) at the UK-Africa Investment Summit that UK Export Finance (UKEF) has provided financing worth £620 million to support UK exports to Ghana, Zambia,...
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...
Sika acquires US firm Butterfield Color as part of expansion plan

Sika acquires US firm Butterfield Color as part of expansion plan

Chemical giant Sika has acquired Butterfield Color, Inc. a US-based market leader in the production of decorative concrete floor products and systems. The firm said that the acquisition will accelerate Sika's growth by bringing the...
Coronavirus disrupts African Utility Week event

Coronavirus disrupts African Utility Week event

African Utility Week and Powergen Africa, an exhibition and conference for the African power, energy and water industry that was to take place in South Africa in May has been postponed, its organisers have...
Egypt mulls huge business park in New Administrative Capital

Egypt mulls huge business park in New Administrative Capital

Egypt plans to construct  a central business park in the New Administrative Capital following agreement worth US$834 million in Beijing on Monday with several banks, Housing minister Asem al-Gazzar has said. The park would include seven...
Transnet seeks to prevent railway damage caused by severe weather patterns

Transnet seeks to curb railway damage caused by severe weather patterns

Transnet SOC Ltd says it is investigating methods to deal with unpredictable and severe weather patterns, which have negatively affected the railway network recently. Increased changes and unpredictability in the weather patterns dictates that improved measures...
Construction begins on huge contact centre in Kenya's Tatu City

Construction begins on huge contact centre in Kenya’s Tatu City

CCI Global, the largest international contact centre operator in Africa, has broken ground on Eneo at Tatu Central, its ultra-modern contact centre located at Tatu City. The start of construction of the 4,000-seat facility...
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