Increased number of homes in Africa and Asia are powered by Solar Power 

Following a series of analysis from market Surveys, OECD, non-profit organisations and National Power plant databases,  the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) recently reported that solar power, hydro and bio gas provides power to an estimate of 146 million homes. Renewable energy plays a major role in remote communities where there is no electricity or gas connections. Read more

South Africa’s pioneer biomass project reaches a close

South Africa’s first biomass project under the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) has reached financial close. The 25MW Ngodwana Energy Biomass Project is said to act as a catalyst for energy transition in South Africa. Read more

African Anglican Leaders promise to aid Governments achieve societal developments

During a recent conference with Senior Anglican leaders in Africa held in Nairobi, Kenya last week. The aim of the conference was to proffer avenues in which the Church could partner with politicians and other influential figures on the continent in order to help improve the society and continent at large. Theological education, climate change, gender-based violence and the conflicts in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo where a few of the areas of key interest. Read more

Mdumbi Green Fair music festival commits to sustainable practices

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