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Power & Water Nigeria Conference & Exhibition holds in Nigeria

Vertex Next will be hosting Policymakers, Private sector leaders, Industry Titans, and Stakeholders in the Power, Energy & Utilities sector, to The largest gathering for the Energy & Utilities Industries, Power & Water Nigeria Conference & Exhibition – PWN2022. Nigeria has the 7th largest population in the world and growing fast, as a result the

The Syrah Resources Limited Board has announced its approval to finance a solar and battery hybrid power system in Mozambique.

Syrah Resources selected an 11.25MWp solar photovoltaic (PV) installation combined with an 8.5MW/MWh battery energy storage system which will be integrated into Balama’s existing diesel power generation plant. Extensive due diligence was undertaken on equipment selection and suppliers of the solar PV modules, battery energy storage technology and hybrid control system. Presently, Balama is solely

50 MW PPA Signed Between the Gambia and Senegal

The Gambia’s National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with their Senegalese counterpart – La Société Nationale d’électricité du Sénégal (Senelec) – on March 31 this year. The PPA follows a meeting between NAWEC’s Managing Director, Nani Juawara, and the Director-General of Senelec, Pape Mademba Biteye, in Dakar, enabling

Rwanda Calls for Third Tender for Off-grid Photovoltaic.

By Anita Anyango The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) has issued a call for tenders for the construction of photovoltaic and mini-hydro grids ranging in size from 10 kW to 1 MW. The bank is seeking consultants to prepare the third tender of the $48.9 million Renewable Energy Fund (REF). The initiative aims to deploy photovoltaic and mini-hydro grids

Namibian Government Names Hyphen Hydrogen Energy as Preferred Bidder for First Large-Scale Green Hydrogen Production Project. 

Namibia will be home to one of the largest green hydrogen projects on the African continent. In a competitive bidding process, the government of the southern African country has selected Hyphen Hydrogen Energy to develop a hydrogen project involving the use of renewable energy. The Windhoek, Namibia-based company is owned by Enertrag, a German industrial