Posted on :Thursday , 2nd March 2017
East African Community's utility companies should consider paying individuals a fee for the solar power they consume to encourage more investments in clean energy.
Posted on :Tuesday , 21st February 2017
For six years now, Esupat Loseku has known the joy of an income outside of livestock sales. The 29-year-old mother of six installs solar power systems and builds cookstoves in Enguiki village and its environs in northern Tanzania.
Posted on :Friday , 3rd February 2017
On the evening of Friday 27th January 2017, members of the business community in Tanzania gathered at the Hyatt Regency Hotel to celebrate the most accomplished businesses of 2016. The event was the Tanzania Leadership Awards (TLA), which honors successful businesses that range from conglomerates with more than 500 employees, to small start-ups with a staff count of 2 to 4 employees. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 17th January 2017
SOROTI, UGANDA - East African states have been asked to invest more resources in the development of renewable power projects like solar energy where the region has a better comparative advantage as compared to Hydropower which is more expensive to finance.
Posted on :Friday , 13th January 2017
Renewable energy companies in East Africa are now turning to crowdfunding to raise money for expansion.
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