Browse by Category

Ncondezi Energy launches study for energy projects in Mozambique

The feasibility study will be led by WSP Group Africa and is expected to be completed in four months. Ncondezi Green Power Holding (NGP), a subsidiary of Mozambique-based energy company Ncondezi Energy, has launched a feasibility study for a solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant and battery energy storage system (BESS) project in Mozambique. The study will be

Uhuru Project Makes Kenya One of World’s Leading Wind Power Producers

Kenya is among the top 10 countries in the world producing electricity through wind power, thanks to the Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta. According Ember’s Global Electricity Review 2022, Kenya was ranked ninth biggest producer of wind energy globally and the top in Africa. This is even as the sector’s innovations continue

Shell to acquire Sprng Energy Group.

Shell Overseas Investment B.V., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell plc (Shell), has signed an agreement with Actis Solenergi Ltd (Actis) to acquire 100% of Solenergi Power Private Ltd for US$1.55 billion and with it, the Sprng Energy group of companies. Sprng Energy supplies solar and wind power to electricity distribution companies in India. Its portfolio

The cost for South Africa to quit its coal habit: R4-trillion – study

By Antony Squazzin South Africa, the world’s 13th biggest source of greenhouse gases, will need to spend US$250-billion (almost R4-trillion) over the next three decades closing down its coal-fired power plants and replacing them with green energy, according to a study. In addition to closing down the country’s coal-fired plants and building wind and solar power plants,