Madagascar Aims to Plug Energy Gap
The government plans to plug its energy gap by encouraging a major investment in large-scale wind-turbines despite criticism from experts who claim there are better renewable energy options.
A wind-farm facility.
SciDev.Net, 21 February 2012
Madagascar is aiming to plug its energy gap and reduce its carbon emissions by encouraging a major investment in large-scale wind-turbines, the country's interim president, Andry... read more »
Business Daily, 20 February 2012
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Southern Africa: Strengthen Cooperation to Secure Power
Inter Press Service, 16 October 2010
Southern African nations need to agree on a common operational system to manage energy in the region, environmental experts advise. If they don't, the region could experience power... read more »
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 15 May 2003
The World Bank has approved a US $32 million International Development Association (IDA) credit to help Madagascar manage its mineral resource more effectively, so as to accelerate... read more »
Madagascar: Madagascar Gets 6.6 Million Dollars From BADEA
Panafrican News Agency, 6 October 1998
The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa has offered Madagascar a loan of 6.6 million US dollars to finance the second phase of the country's energy development project.read more »