Many African governments are leveraging ICTs to advance their socioeconomic landscapes. But the governments continue to grapple with a myriad of challenges towards effective implementation of ICT.

Eight off-grid lighting (OGL) distributors have been awarded grants in an effort to increase access to reliable and affordable OGL solutions for the Bottom of the Pyramid.

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft) announced today a three-year agreement to research and develop sustainable technologies to make data centers more energy efficient and economically viable.

The One Million Solar Streetlight Project aims at installing one million solar powered street lights in all the 47 counties of Kenya.

A solar-powered cinema is to travel around villages in Africa to share the stories of individuals who have found solutions to climate change issues.

Solar power is cheaper in many parts of Asia than electricity from liquefied natural gas, meaning photovoltaics don’t need subsidies to compete with fossil fuels.

A small startup, a frugal mindset and a disruptive technology are shaking up the rural banking scene in India, giving 300 million dwellers a chance to get a bank account.

When South Africa successfully incentivized businesses to manufacture solar panels, other African countries were watching.

Public-sector bureaucracy strangles entrepreneurship and innovation. Government can establish broad policy framework, but then should get out of the way.

World Water Day focuses attention on the link between water supplies and energy needs.