Researchers from the University of Sheffield are delivering affordable, clean energy to remote communities in Sierra Leone as part of a pioneering new project.
Abu Dhabi utilities have collaborated to form what they are calling one of the largest integrated utility company in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The electricity distribution sector is one of the most vital sectors for local authorities, as it constitutes a direct source of revenue for the treasury.
Thirty international infrastructure developers are investing in Egypt’s 1.5GW Benban solar park, which will be the largest in the world upon completion.
The UN’s World Water Day on 22 March focussed on the theme of “Water and climate change” to shed light on the primary way climate change is making its presence known: the availability of fresh water.
Policy & Regulation
The World Bank and ADB each released a report which focusses on the issue of utility reform and asked the question: Is it time to reconsider?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organisers of this long running regional conference and exhibition have decided to cancel the live event that was scheduled to take place from 1-2 September in Nairobi.
VAYA Africa, a Mauritius-registered Transportation as a Service (TaaS) company, has launched an electric vehicle (EV) service in Zimbabwe as part of the company’s pan-African rollout strategy.
Energy & Grid Management
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced that the emirate's transition to clean energy, targeted at 7% for 2020, has been exceeded, with 9% of the regions 11,700MW electricity requirements powered by solar, and other renewables.