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The energy industry is at the heart of the global post-COVID-19 recovery.

But it faces what has been called 'the energy trilemma'; the conflicting...

The question of how the acceptability of renewable energy can be achieved at the community level has been a matter of ongoing discussion. In this...

15.12.2020 , Ini Ekott

Africa: A Far From Bright Future

More people in africa live without electricity than anywhere else and there is little hope things will change soon.

When it comes to access to...

Globally, millions of people don’t have access to water in their home. They collect water from shared water supply points or surface water sources and...

“Exponential growth” predicted for solar on farms as growers seek cheaper, more reliable energy.

Diversity and inclusion has been an active topic for the past 5-10 years in Western Countries. However, it is not uncommon to find panels at...

16.11.2020 , Jenny Corry Smith and Siena Hacker (CLASP)

Averting a COVID-19 food disaster by using solar agricultural technology

The Pandemic Compounds a Global Food Crisis

“By the end of 2020, 12,000 people per day could die from hunger linked to COVID-19, potentially...

Accelerating access to electricity for the 600 million Africans who lack it today demands a systemic, rather than a purist, approach.

Access to...

In over 2 decades of working across Africa, I pretty much heard all the warnings one may encounter about the risks and challenges of operating in the...

07.10.2020 , Victor Amadala

Solar power: the dark side

Traded as environmentally sound, solar power leaves waste that could engulf Africa in the same way as plastic

Daniel Wesonga, a resident of Moi Farm...

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