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Renewable Energy: Solution for Africa Energy Needs!

Africa Renewable Energy Opinion Piece!

August, 2017 Edition

Kenya: Invisible and ignored air pollution inside the homes of Nairobi’s residents

The city’s poor air quality is evident in its congested streets where pedestrians and motorists jostle for space

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UN Environment chief urges China to do more on climate

The world’s biggest polluter China has a "big job" ahead of it in the global fight against climate change

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The Consequences of Leaving the Paris Agreement

By withdrawing from the Paris accord, the United States—the second-largest global emitter—could undercut collective efforts to reduce emissions

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Renewables vs coal power: Why that is a diversion from the real issue

A major trend in the global economy that nations policy-makers must pay attention to is the collective effort to tackle climate change.

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Mini-grids: A Key Piece to Africa's Energy Access Puzzle

To address Africa’s energy challenges, AfDB launched the New Deal on Energy for Africa, which targets universal energy access in Africa by 2025

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Power in Africa—The Energy Tetralemma

The opportunities and the challenges in the African power sector are unmatched in any other part of the world

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There is Such a Thing as Too Much, Too Fast: Avoiding ‘Mismatched Expectations’ in Off-Grid Energy Investing

The off-grid energy sector has begun to turn an important corner, moving from what was generally considered impact investing to

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5 ideas to consider to make universal energy access a reality

At the recent World Bank’s Civil Society Policy Forum in Washington D.C., Power for All and Practical Action

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Lights out: poor governance and Africa’s energy crisis

Africa is rich in resources and opportunities. In so many fields, however, the continent is yet to hit its stride

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"To truly transform our economy, protect our security, and save our planet from the ravages of climate change, we need to ultimately make clean, renewable energy the profitable kind of energy. " Barrack Obama