Friday, February 15, 2019
The government of Sierra Leone is planning to persuade the Environment Protection Agency to award the Environment and Social Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA) license for the commencement of work on the Bumbuna II project. On completion, the project will generate 143MW...
Construction work on Kenya’s Standard Gauge Railway (SGR second phase) from Nairobi to Naivasha will be completed in September 2019. The government is targeting to complete the construction on December 2019 but a review in the plans showed it...
A mega US$1.1bn cement plant in Egypt is yet to start operations. This surprisingly comes at a time when the country is experiencing excess cement capacity. The cement plant The cement plant with six production lines in the Egyptian city of...
Malawian-based independent power producer, JCM Matswani Solar Corp, seeks to develop a 40MW solar photovoltaic (PV)project. The power producer has issued a Request for Expression of Interest, to select EPC contractors for the solar PV project to be located in the...
The African Development Bank is set to unveil its power plan that will see 29.3 million people in the continent get connected to power by 2020. The bank is investing heavily in ways to help the estimated 640 million...
Swissport Tanzania plans to invest US $1.8m on ground equipment at the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) to improve export handling facilities. “Aviation technology is changing rapidly and to be competitive we have to keep abreast of the trends by investing heavily....
Mozambique may be one of the world’s more financially troubled economies, but that has not stopped it from closing one of the region’s most ambitious energy deals. Despite defaulting in 2017 and lying to the IMF about some $2bn in...
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is finalising a Sh7.5 billion ($78 million) loan for construction of two solar power plants in Kenya. The credit is evident that there is growing interest by global organisations in financing renewable projects in the...
South Africa’s minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown, has given state-owned utility Eskom the go ahead to resume the signing of outstanding Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with renewable independent power producers (IPPs). The PPAs have been kept on ice since...
Rabat – Morocco will receive USD 2 billion in aid from the African Development Bank (AfDB) over the next two years, said Khaled Sherif, Bank Vice President in charge of Regional Development, Regional Integration and Services, in Rabat on...
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