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On March 2nd, the Train-to-NZEB project presentedÂ âThe way to nearly zero energy buildingsâ, the first dedicated NZEB-related conference in the Czech Republic, held to mark the occasion of opening the CZ Building Knowledge Hub.
How the Building Efficiency Accelerator can assist you in connecting with investors (Webinar) - 04.07.2017The goal of this webinar is to help cities develop building efficiency projects and programs that can successfully attract investment. The webinar describes what a strong project development process looks like and how the Building Efficiency Accelerator can assist cities in this process.
The project âClimate Change, Clean Energy and Urban Waterâ has entered its implementation phase, as was announced during an event at the Department of Environmental Affairs in Pretoria, South Africa last Friday.
iBROAD, the new Horizon 2020 project aiming to explore, design, develop and demonstrate the concept of individual Building Renovation ROADmaps, kicked off Â on 3-4 July 2017 in Athens, Greece.
The Africa Energy Forum was held 7-9 June in Copenhagen, Denmark to foster partnerships and investment in African energy generation and distribution. During the Forum major donors committed to raise at least US$500 million for development projects.
I recently came across an article highlighting subdued M&A activity in the Indian solar space as it appears buyers are now reluctant to acquire older projects with high tariffs due to perceived curtailment and/or tariff revision risk! I guess this means the latest solar tariffs may not be so
[Daily Trust] Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sued the Federal Government and the Minister of Power, Works and Housing Babatunde Fashola, SAN over failure to directives to electricity distribution companies (DISCOs) to provide free prepaid meters to all Nigerians.
[Monitor] Laid out in the NRM's 2016-2021 manifesto is a plan to complete work on 26 hydroelectric power stations and six major power transmission lines. The plan is driven by the desire to ensure Uganda has sufficient electric power at reduced rates to the consumer.
[Cameroon Tribune] The two separate loans from the World Bank will be used to carry out a livestock development project as well as the extension of electricity transmission lines in the country.