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  • Energias de Portugal to Fund Six Solar Projects in Africa

    Posted on :Wednesday , 3rd April 2019

     EDP(Energias de Portugal) are one of Europe’s biggest energy operators. Through the A2E (Access to Energy) CSR Fund, EDP will support six sustainable and clean energy projects in East Africa in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and Malawi.

     
    In this first phase, EUR 450 thousa. . .

  • Tanzania- 150 MW Solar Tender Launched

    Posted on :Monday , 15th October 2018

    Tanesco has issued a request for approval for the construction of several large-scale PV projects with a combined capacity of 150 MW.
     
    Through this tender, Tanesco aims to procure power generation from plants in the regions of Dodoma, Shinyanga, Singida, Mwanza, Simiyu and Iringa over the next two years.
     
    The projects will be . . .

  • Solar project launched to benefit 600 million Africans

    Posted on :Friday , 12th October 2018

    The leading provider of consumer goods in Africa, Unilever Kenya and Azuri Technologies, a leading provider of pay-as-you-go solar home systems, announced a partnership to bring solar home solutions to millions of more off-grid homes across Kenya.

    Unilever’s distribution network, which in Kenya is some 67,000 smallholder traders will be offering the Azuri’s Quad solar home s. . .

  • Tanzania- Lighting Africa Project Launched by Hanergy

    Posted on :Wednesday , 25th July 2018

     The pioneering multinational clean energy company, Hanergy Thin-Film Power Group, launched the “Lighting Africa” project at its first stop Tanzania together with China Foundation for Peace and Development and Tanzania-China Friendship Association by promising to donate the first 100 Humbrellas in the coming months.

     
    “Lighting Africa” is . . .

  • East Africa- Solar power creating new economic opportunities

    Posted on :Thursday , 19th July 2018

     A report that highlighted the new economic benefits to households in East Africa from off-grid solar power was released by GOGLA, the non-profit trade body for off-grid solar power.

     
    The researchers collated data from 2,300 solar owners in Kenya, Rwanda, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda to work out the impact of new renewable installation on their livelihood.

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