100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project has achieved over 80,000 donations in total
South Africa is increasingly focusing on renewable energies. By 2020, solar energy is forecast to expand to over 5.7 gigawatts.
Leading UK based provider of PayGo Solar Home Systems, Azuri Technologies and home entertainment satellite provider, Zuku have launched the first integrated pay-as-you-go satellite TV package for rural off-grid consumers in sub Saharan Africa.
The Nigerian government has this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a consortium of independent power producers (IPPs) for the development of 300 MW of new solar PV capacity.
The Government of Zambia signed agreements for a second mandate with Scaling Solar, the World Bank Group program that is helping developing countries procure low cost, privately financed, solar power.
Solar energy provider Mobisol has joined the Business Call to Action (BCtA) with a commitment to provide 800,000 people and 50,000 small businesses in Kenya with reliable access to solar energy by 2020.
The realization of the Tunisian Solar Plan (2016/2030) requires almost 15 billion dinars, i.e. EUR 6.3 billion of Tunisian public and private investment as well as foreign investment, according to the Ministry of Energy and Mining.
Azuri is delighted to announce a partnership with the Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) to launch its PayGo Solar Home Systems in Nigeria, to deliver affordable, clean energy to 20,000 rural households living without electricity.
Phanes Group, the international solar energy developer, investment manager and asset manager headquartered in Dubai, has acquired and will co-develop three 100 MW grid-connected solar PV plants in Nigeria.
The Solar Impulse 2 landed in Cairo, its penultimate stop, as the solar-powered plane nears the end of its marathon tour around the world.
To date, Solar Capital has invested over R5 billion (Euro 350m) in solar farms in South Africa.
Following government accreditation, Jurawatt's high-temperature DESERT solar modules are set to enhance Nigeria’s investment in solar renewable energy.
CONSORTIUM SECURES 47.5MWAC PROJECT IN ZAMBIA, UNDER THE WORLD BANK'S SCALING SOLAR PROGRAM