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Mitigation Finance Update: Which Banks Take Climate Action Seriously?

Brazil’s cement industry aims at reducing 35% of its emissions. Bank of America will mobilize USD 300 billion in sustainable finance by 2030. World Bank approved USD 200 million for a Off-Grid Energy Project in the West Africa and the Sahel Region.

Deep retrofits: Financing needs to play a critical role

Namibia: Approved 2.5% Bulk Electricity Tariff Decrease Unlikely to Benefit Consumers

[New Era] Windhoek -Following an application from the national power utility, NamPower, the Electricity Control Board (ECB) approved a 2.5 percent tariff decrease, translating into an effective bulk tariff decrease from N$1.69 to N$ 1.65 per kilowatt-hour.

Ethiopia: Ethiopia, China Partner to Power Mega Projects

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia and China have signed a partnership agreement to invest in energy transmission and distribution lines for the nation's mega projects.

The future of renewable infrastructure is uncertain without good planning

In 2005, a small hydropower plant was installed in the Sukajaya district of West Java, Indonesia. This was an off-the-grid project, owned by the community, that provided electricity locally through a mini-grid to about 150 households mainly for lighting.

Liberia: Liberia, Others to Benefit From World Bank $200 Million Electricity Package

[New Dawn] The Board of the World Bank Group approved on April 17, 2019 the Regional Off-Grid Electrification Project (ROGEP), which includes $150 million in the form of credit and grant from the International Development Association (IDA) and $74.7 million contingent recovery grant from the Clea

Liberia: CLSG Impresses Govt

[New Republic] As part of the Cote D'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea (CLSG) electrification project, the government of Liberia said it is satisfied with the level of work done on the four transmission sites in Liberia.

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Sierra Leone: Power Outage Hits Pademba Road Court

[Concord] Magistrates and other workers at the Pademba Road Courts have expressed frustration over the incessant power outage at the court facility, thus demanding immediate intervention by the Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority (EDSA).

Nigeria: TCN to Stabilise Power Supply in Abuja With U.S.$170 Million Projects

[This Day] Abuja -The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) Thursday disclosed that it has begun the execution of a $170 million power transmission project called the 'Abuja Feeding Scheme'.


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