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Climate Mitigation Finance Update: From Divestment to Investment, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
The Green Climate Fund has approved US$1,093.5 million in funding for mitigation and adaptation projects in its first board meeting of 2018. A major global insurance company has committed to divest â¬2 billion from coal and invest â¬3.5 billion in the green economy.
[This Day] The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), an independent agency of the United States (US) federal government that is responsible for administering civilian foreign aid and development assistance, in collaboration with Power Africa, a US power initiative and Winroc
[Nation] Kenya will this year benefit from multiple financial instruments for the expansion of solar use in a push to support green living projects and energy-efficient buildings.
[Leadership] In line with the efforts put in place by the Federal government for a sustainable power generation and transmission, through the NDPHC power projects, 2 X 150, 330/132 KV and 2 X 60 MVA, 132/33KV Injection Sub-Station power transformer projects have commenced in Akruba, Lafia, Nassar
[This Day] Abuja -The World Bank Group is set to consider its planned expenditure on projects it had identified to fund in the transmission expansion and upgrade plan of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), the interim head of TCN, Mr. Usman Mohammed has disclosed.
Climate Mitigation Finance Update: Renewable and Energy Efficiency Financing and Guidance for Paris-compatible Investments
The Investment Agenda aims to provide guidance to investors in the transition to a global low-carbon economy and urges governments to enhance their climate policy ambition by 2020.
[East African] The Uganda government is keen on regaining the role of primary operator of the country's power infrastructure, with sources saying it is closely watching concessions of private players in generation and transmission.
[Monitor] Ntungamo -Residents of Kafunjo-Mirama and Kitwe town councils have blocked workers of Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited (UETCL) from erecting power transmission equipment in the area, claiming they have not been duly compensated for their destroyed property.