July, 2017 Edition
Africa’s developing economies have a choice to make between using coal or renewable energy.
CEO of Fenix International, explains the unique challenges of bringing solar power to thousands of homes in sub-Saharan Africa
With Africa’s energy demand on the rise, the German government is launching a new initiative aimed at helping citizens in African countries
Nuclear energy needs to be included into its plans, as a lack of energy access is a major hurdle for the continent.
The electrification rates of Africa are appalling: the lowest in the world, with as little as 1 percent access in some rural areas.
The opportunities and the challenges in the African power sector are unmatched in any other part of the world
The off-grid energy sector has begun to turn an important corner, moving from what was generally considered impact investing to
At the recent World Bank’s Civil Society Policy Forum in Washington D.C., Power for All and Practical Action
Africa is rich in resources and opportunities. In so many fields, however, the continent is yet to hit its stride
"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