Despite pandemic, new U.S. solar capacity will grow 33% in 2020

Reuters) – New U.S. solar installations will increase by a third this year, a report published on Thursday showed, as

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Botswana’s BPC will designate an IPP for its 100 MWp solar PV project in Sept

The Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) plans to designate the company responsible for generating 100 MWp of electricity from two solar

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Hydro to support solar and wind in West African smart renewable grid

A new study has mapped the potential of solar-wind-water strategies for West Africa, a region where power grids are anticipated

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Rockefeller commits $3m to boost Africa’s off-grid, technology against COVID-19

Rockefeller Foundation will award three new grants to support organizations that are working with countries, communities, and regions in Africa

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Africa’s energy potential can create prospects amidst COVID-19 – IRENA

The African Union Com­mission (AUC) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) have stated that the energy po­tential in Africa

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UNDP seeks consultants to install 6,894 solar street lights in Togo

The office of the United Nations Development Programme in Togo (Pnud-Togo) has just launched a call for tenders for the

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Rep inaugurates 200 solar lights in Liberian district

Representative Josiah Marvin Cole of Bong’s District Three has commenced the installations of solar streetlights across the district. The lawmaker

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Algerian President to prioritize electric cars

The acquisition of electric cars is one of the measures prescribed by Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune at the Council of

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AFD’s SUNREF program in SA extended until November 2020

In South Africa, the French Development Agency has just extended its SUNREF program until November 2020. The purpose of this

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BBOXX offers incentives to keep Africans with power during COVID 19 crisis

BBOXX has initiated a number of programs in SSA to help citizens economically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to keep

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