A team of students from Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya walked off as winners at African Utility Week, with R20 000 in prize money for an innovative concept to provide equitable energy access to remote villages based on, among others, “Uber(ising) solar energy.”
Enel Foundation supported the largest gathering of African power industry leaders who recently convened in Cape Town for the 2019 African Utility Week and PowerGen Africa events.
African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa are two of the biggest shows on the continent, and highlights both the new technologies, and opportunities in rapidly developing markets. Here are the highlights from Day 3.
Smart Energy International's Errol Bryce met with Mr. William Feng, board member and angel investor at Vertech Capital. The company offers strategic and financial services to tech start-ups iin sectors like blockchain, AI, robotics, new energy and emerging technologies in the APAC, South East Asia and Europe.
ARED, the Rwanda based Platform as a Service start-up known for its ‘Smart Business in a Box’ solar powered kiosks, has set...
UK businesses with innovative research and development projects that can support the development and supply of zero-emission vehicles in the long term are being offered a share of £25 million in funding.
The competition seeks to develop young companies with innovative proposals that will contribute to the energy transition. Entries are still open.
Austin’s Capital Factory awarded three early stage start-ups focused on cleantech a collective $300,000 at EarthX’s E-Capital Summit.