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‘Nigeria will surpass Africa’s renewable energy target by 2020’ 16 August 2017

With surveys showing the adoption of solar and inverter technologies by Nigerians have increased, experts believe the development could enable Nigeria to surpass Africa’s renewable energy target of ...

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Nordic funds invest in renewable energy in Africa 16 August 2017

Two new Nordic equity investments will support African countries to increase their clean energy production. The Nordic development fund (NDF) and Norfund have approved a total of €19m of equity inve...

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Egypt seals PPA for long-term renewable energy projects 16 August 2017

ACWA Power signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with the government of Egypt for long-term renewable energy projects to be executed under Round 2 of the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) programme. Read the ful...

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Loans for solar systems make power affordable in rural Kenya 16 August 2017

Access to credit enables villagers to buy solar equipment in installments - easier and cheaper than a grid connection. The credit is part of a scheme being rolled out across the country to provide ass...

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Mauritius: 20kWp solar+storage to fully power luxury resort 16 August 2017

A total of 130 solar panels coupled with batteries will fully substitute diesel-based power generation for the needs of Ile des Deux Cocos, an island resort of LUX* Resorts & Hotels, located in of...

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It’s time to free South Africans of the Eskom monopoly – FMF 16 August 2017

South Africa does have the potential to become a major global hub for independent electricity producers owing to the country’s high levels of sunshine as well as its long coastline that is ideal for...

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Head in the sand: Eskom fails in a land of cheap energy 16 August 2017

Renewables pose a threat to coal and nuclear, because wind and solar are undeniably cheaper forms of energy, argues Dom Wills. This year Eskom turned 94 years old. But so far 2017 has been one of the ...

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SA will continue with nuclear procurement – ‘because it will create jobs’: report 16 August 2017

Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi has confirmed that South Africa will continue with nuclear procurement despite Eskom currently having an energy surplus and recent findings that it would be substantia...

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Oil companies following Silicon Valley in backing green energy startups 16 August 2017

Major oil companies are joining Silicon Valley in backing energy-technology start-ups, a signal that those with the deepest pockets in the industry are casting around for a new strategy. From Royal Du...

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World's Biggest Solar Thermal Power Plant Just Got Approved in Australia 16 August 2017

The onward march of renewables continues: an Australian state government has greenlit the biggest solar thermal power plant of its kind in the world, a 150-megawatt structure set to be built in Port A...

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Conferences & Events

The SAVCA 2017 Private Equity in Southern Africa Conference

| 23 January 2017
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Growing Economies Project Finance Forum – Cape Town

| 23 January 2017
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