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Namibia Power Supply Remains Under Strain

Jul 01, 2015 -- The Namibian/All Africa Global Media - Namibia has reached a peak in demand for electricity at almost 600 megawatts, more than predicted in planning and forecasting, mainly due to the cold weather experienced currently. More...

Green Energy to Check Pollution Underway

Jul 01, 2015 -- Daily Trust/All Africa Global Media - A new technology that will convert wastes to green energy for power supply and check environmental hazards will soon commence in Nigeria, it was learnt in Abuja yesterday. More...

Botswana firm plans solar power plant to produce up to 200 MW

Jul 01 - Mehr News Agency (Iran) - Botswana's Shumba Coal said on Tuesday it plans to develop a solar power station to generate up to 200 megawatts (MW) of electricity as the world's top diamond producer struggles with power shortages. More...
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Kyocera-TCL building 23-MW solar power project on abandoned golf course

Jul 01 - Syrian Arab News Agency - The joint venture of Kyocera and Century Tokyo Leasing has started construction of a 23-megawatt solar power project in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. More...

NTR buys 15-MW wind project in N Ireland from RES

Jul 01 - Mehr News Agency (Iran) - Irish green asset manager NTR Plc said on Tuesday it has acquired the 15-MW Ora More wind project in Northern Ireland from UK-based developer Renewable Energy Systems Ltd (RES). More...

Colombia's Emgesa begins reservoir filling at giant hydro project

Bogota Jul 01 - EFE Ingles - Colombian power producer Emgesa has begun the reservoir-filling process at El Quimbo More...

Articles 

By Harry Valentine
On: May 27, 2015
The recent thaw in American - Cuban relations opens possibilities for co-operation in such areas as energy, initiatives that may spread to include several other Caribbean nations. more...
By Tim Emrich
On: March 5, 2015
'Mind the gap' is a phrase that will be wearily familiar to Londoners and many others throughout the UK. However, the few inches between the train and the platform aren't the most dangerous gap this more...
By Jason Thomas
On: January 22, 2015
In a special report released recently as part of its annual World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Association stated that despite high-profile initiatives to invest and develop energy in Sub-Saharan Africa, there will still be more...
By David Iwinski Jr.
On: December 17, 2014
U.S. energy companies looking for investors or to sell should be looking to China, where investors are waiting with cash in hand to make deals with U.S. businesses. more...
By Mukul Sarkar
On: December 16, 2014
In post RAPDRP scenario where Indian utilities are raising their concerns on "Aggregate Technical & Commercial loss" figures for different towns, feeders and distribution transformers, this paper reveals the main issues/challenges involved in the methodology more...



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