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Liberia: Transco Clsg Edges Closer to Solving Liberia's Power Quagmire

[FrontPageAfrica] Buchanan -It's a sunny Monday afternoon on the outskirt of the port city of Buchanan, Julio Picado shows a group of visitors around a camp yard stockpiled with high-grade materials intended for the construction of high voltage electrical transmission line.

More states and provinces adopt carbon pricing to cut emissions

Happy New Year! We look back at 2018’s progress and challenges and forward to 2019’s potential

ACEEE partners with Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge

Nigeria: Obaseki Walks Osibodu Out of Govt House for Throwing State Into Darkness

[This Day] Benin City -Mild drama ensued at the office of the Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, yesterday when the governor walked the Managing Director of the Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC), Mrs.

Nigeria: Benin DISCO License Still Subsisting, Says BPE

[This Day] Benin City -The Bureau of Public Enterprises has clarified the issue of license renewal to Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC), saying the disco's operation license was still subsisting.

Energy Efficiency in Buildings; Nairobi, Kenya

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With over 4 million inhabitants and a growth rate of over 4% annually, Kenya’s capital city Nairobi is the largest and most populous city in the country, and the tenth largest city in Africa.

To inspire energy-saving behaviors, local governments engage residents, hold contests, try games

Energy Efficiency in Buildings; Da Nang, Vietnam

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In 2010, the city used roughly 17.9 petajoules of energy in various forms. Lack of local fossil fuel resources results in 100 percent reliance of Da Nang on energy imports. While notable solar energy potential and local wind resources are present, their utilisation has not yet started in the city.


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