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Africa Energy Indaba

Solving Africa’s energy crisis

Solving Africa’s energy crisis Entrepreneurs are introducing new technologies in solar power to fill the gaps in the energy landscape. By Africa Energy Indaba Rapid advancements related to technology have certainly rendered life easier than ever before. However, such progression is driven by energy and many regions in the world are quickly running low on …

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Advanced nuclear technologies unveiled at Africa Energy Indaba

Advanced nuclear technologies unveiled at Africa Energy Indaba  The upcoming Africa Energy Indaba, that will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from 4 to 7 March 2024 will shine the spotlight on cutting-edge Advanced Nuclear Technologies and their potential to shape the continent’s energy landscape. WhyAfrica is a media partner at this event.  The …

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Powering Africa’s future with renewable energy

Powering Africa’s future with renewable energy WhyAfrica will once again be a media partner at the Africa Energy Indaba that will take place in Cape Town from 4 to 7 March 2024.   The Africa Energy Indaba conference and exhibition is dedicated to advancing Africa’s renewable energy development and convenes industry leaders, policymakers, innovators, and …

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Africa’s energy transition – a just transition or a fair transition?

Africa’s energy transition – a just transition or a fair transition? The energy transition and the restructuring of global natural gas supply sources following the Russian invasion of Ukraine—are shaping the future of Africa’s gas sector. By Liz Hart, Managing Director Africa Energy Indaba The energy transition offers bright options for several affected countries should …

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Accelerating energy infrastructure development in Africa

Accelerating energy infrastructure development in Africa  By 2050, it’s expected that Africa will be home to 2 billion people. To secure the necessary socio-economic development of such a large population, the focus of the next few decades must be infrastructure transformation. Tapping into the continent’s abundant energy resources necessitates a significant financial commitment. However, the …

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