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July 28

  • Tanzania: Designing Improved Cookstoves for Tanzanians

    SciDev.Net

    Improved cookstove designs reduce the use of firewood in rural communities, countering deforestation, soil erosion and food insecurity. They also ensure cleaner combustion than in... Read more »

  • Cameroon: Eyumojock Gets Solar-Powered Water Scheme

    Cameroon Tribune

    Inhabitants of Njeke, a village in Eyumojock Sub Division in Manyu division were on Thursday 24 July all smiles as they received a water scheme from the South West Development... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Power Line Upgrade Has So Far Cost Sh900 Million

    The Star

    Kenya Power has so far put in Sh900 million in its ongoing power upgrade aimed at uniterripted power supply, managing director Ben Chumo said yesterday. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Low Power Tariffs - Will IPTL Manage It As It Settles Other Pending Matters?

    Daily News

    THE ruling given on September 5, 2013 by High Court Judge John Utamwa set in motion the implementation of the long standing plan for Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Transmission Company Plans to Boost Operations With N1.3 Trillion

    Premium Times

    The company's Executive Director, Mohammed Shaike, said the investment is aimed at achieving over 20,000 megawatts of electricity in the country. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Germany Backs Nigeria's Power Sector

    Independent

    The Federal Republic of Germany has expressed readiness to transfer technology needed to boost power supply to key players in the Nigerian power sector as part of measures to solve... Read more »

  • Kenya: Sh60 Billion to Expand Kenya's Electricity Access

    Capital FM

    Kenya is negotiating a Sh60 billion loan from the African Development Bank (ADB) to finance an ambitious plan to expand the country's electricity access from the current 32 percent... Read more »

  • Nigeria: TCN to Build 20,000MW With U.S.$8 Billion

    Independent

    Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) plans to inject $8 billion to upgrade its operations to achieve 20,000 megawatts electricity, its Executive Director (ED), Mohammed Shaike has... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Eko DISCO Warns Against Harassment of Staff

    Independent

    The Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC)has decried the spate of harassment and violent attacks of its staff on official duty in some communities in recent times. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanzania Team Gets Canadian Advice

    EA Business

    The government has been advised to set up strict laws to ensure foreign investors involve themselves with development projects and not just take away profits. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rwanda Micro Power Starts

    EA Business

    Rukarara ll is one of the many projects that have been developed to supply power for domestic users. Read more »

  • Angola: Cunene With New Power Station

    ANGOP

    The governor of the southern Cunene province, António Didalelwa, informed on Monday in Ondjiva that the region has gained other local power supply sources, thus stopping to... Read more »

  • Namibia: Erongo Red Wants Sole Mandate

    New Era

    The Erongo regional electricity distributor, Erongo Red, wants to be the sole supplier of electricity in the Erongo Region. The CEO of Erongo Red, Robert Kahimise, said it is high... Read more »

  • Kenya: Nandi to Instal Solar Street Lights in All Towns

    The Star

    All urban areas in Nandi county will benefit from solar-powered street lights to promote the use of green energy and reduce electricity bills. Read more »

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