The rise of clean energy and prosumers, net metering and greenhouse gas regulation all figure among the bogeymen as far as national electric companies are concerned.
Covid-19 rescue measures such as delaying electricity bill payments pile added pressure onto energy companies already hit by pandemic-related falls in demand in a continent which a new study suggests is too dependent on donor aid for the development of renewables.
The Economic Community of West African States should prioritize the development of solar PV to meet surging energy demand over the next 30 years, according to a newly published study.
Togo, Mauritius and Guyana will all receive backing for solar projects in the latest round of funding from the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development-IRENA Project Facility.
The 25 MW project is planned for the town of Benguébougou, in the Korhogo department, in the north of the west African nation.
Liberia’s president has inked a deal with Israel’s Energiya Global that will see the Israeli company developing the African country’s first ever solar plant, a 10 MW PV facility. However, Energiya Global has even greater plans in Africa.
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