Electricity is an important problem, according to surveyed citizens, though not their most important problem.In some countries, however, electricity stands out as a top priority, including Guinea (where 33% cite it as one of the three most important problems), Nigeria (32%), Ghana (31%), and Benin (28%) (Figure 2). Along with Lesotho (23%) and São Tomé and Principe (21%), these countries place e
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Panasonic Corp., under its 100,000 Solar Lantern Project, will send 2,000 solar lamps to a refugee camp in Africa.
Seeing the impact of renewable energy is being brought to the forefront as visitors to a London exhibition “Life without Lights” will tour the gallery led by solar lamps. The Ashden-hosted exhibition is a collection of 23 images taken by award-winning photographer Peter DiCampo during his time living and travelling in remote areas of Northern Ghana.
Mozambique’s Ministry of Energy’s National Directorate of New and Renewable Energy has issued a call for interested parties to pre-qualify for a competitive development of a wind power facility. Under a build, own, operate, and transfer (BOOT), the 30-MW plant will be up for grabs for interested applicants that have prior experience in similar projects.