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This partnership will help to increase the share of renewable energies in installed capacity to 40% of Senegal’s electricity mix by 2030. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

The Government of Senegal and the International Partners Group (IPG), comprising France, Germany, the EU, the UK and Canada, have announced the launch of a Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) to support the country’s efforts to achieve universal access to energy and consolidate a low-carbon, resilient and sustainable energy system

The collaboration combines Schneider Electrics energy management expertise with H2-Enterprises clean hydrogen technology. (Image source: Schneider Electric)

Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with H2-Enterprises, a global hydrogen enabler and energy storage solutions company, to develop solutions for energy supply and management in buildings in the Middle East and Africa

Overall, the system achieves up to 90% efficiency in double conversion operation with input and output galvanic isolation. (Image source: AEG Power Solutions)

Power systems provider, AEG, has launched a range of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems

The “Informal Settlement Renewable Electrification and Upgrading Program" will directly benefit around 200,000 people in Windhoek, where around 20% of the population does not have electricity. (Image source: AfDB)

The African Development Bank’s Urban and Municipal Development Fund (UMDF) has approved US$485,000 for a solar electricity project in Namibia that will power some 50,000 households in the capital city 

The installation will generate 35MW of clean and affordable electricity for Kenyans through transparent, predictable and reliable UK investment. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Ground-breaking has taken place at the Menengai Geothermal Power Plant, one of the six green investment projects – worth KES 500bn (US$4.5bn) – that were fast-tracked by President Ruto and Prime Minister Sunak at the COP27 climate summit

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