TAQA Arabia, the leading private sector energy distribution group and a subsidiary of Qalaa Holdings, plans to implement solar power plants and gas projects in Sudan. A delegation, headed by Qalaa Holding Chairperson Ahmed Heikal, held a meeting with Head of Sudan’s Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok in the presence
Yesterday, Mozambique joined it’s neighboring countries by putting in place the Regulation for Off-Grid Energy Access – a regulatory framework that will provide greater clarity to all actors in the off-grid energy sector. The Government of Mozambique approved yesterday, in the Council of Ministers, by Decree, the Regulation for Off-Grid Energy Access. This regulation results from
A start-up with former Tesco chief executive Sir Dave Lewis as executive chair is planning to build the world’s longest undersea electric cable, stretching 3,800km between north Africa and Britain. Xlinks is proposing to complete the £16bn Morocco-UK link by the end of this decade, delivering enough electricity to power more than 7m British homes.
As the international community gears up for the first global gathering on energy on the auspices of the UN General Assembly in four decades this month, energy and sustainability in Africa is high on the continental agenda. Simultaneously focused to “build back better” out of the COVID-19 crisis and towards lasting societal sustainability, Africa has
The rigmarole of policies in the Nigerian Power Sector now signals a time for caution and reflection prior to taking the next bold step, especially as a new Minister of Power takes the saddle in the nation’s critical economic sector. A reflection down memory lane brings to bare the many pitfalls that could have been