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Africa is a producer of more than 60 metal and mineral products and is the leading continent in producing several of the most important minerals and metals in the world. Minerals and metals from the mining sector include: diamonds, uranium, gold, cobalt and manganese.
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Nuclear energy in Africa Many parts of sub-saharan Africa have limited access to power. An estimated 57% of the sub-saharan African population does not have access to electricity. As such, some African countries, such as Kenya, are considering nuclear power as a means...read more
Kenya to invest in Nuclear Energy Kenya is in the process of developing their own nuclear energy. They predict that within 10-15 years, the country will have their own nuclear power plant. According to Joseph Njoroge, principal secretary for electricity, Kenya will...read more
The African Development Bank’s (AfDB) latest proposal for Zambia’s renewable energy financing network has been approved by the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The proposal has been awarded a $50 million loan and a $2.5 million grant. The purpose of these renewable energy...read more
Due to increasing demand, installed capacity of renewable energy in Sub-Saharan Africa is set to almost double in the coming years. Over the next 5 years, cumulative capacity of renewable energy in Africa is expected to rise to almost 70%. Why? Power and energy...read more
The University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Energy Research Centre (ERC) has undertaken a study into the use of renewables in South Africa. Researchers have found that phasing out coal in the power sector by 2040 would allow SA to fulfil its commitment to the Paris Agreement...read more
A senior lecturer at the University of Cape Town has been awarded the prestigious Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Warner Prize for his research that focuses on resource recovery from wastewaters. Dr. Dyllon Randall, of UCT’s Department of Civil Engineering...read more
Solar microleasing company Solar Exchange has committed to being a key partner in providing solar power for several Western Cape Education Department schools. Protea Heights Academy will be the first school to receive the roll out. This is the eighth Sun Exchange...read more
World Bank $200 Million Electricity Package to fund off-grid access to electricity for 19 African countries
The World Bank’s latest approved project will fund the West African Development Bank and ECOWAS to extend off-grid access to electricity for 19 African countries. The Board of the World Bank Group has recently approved the Regional Off-Grid Electrification Project...read more