Posted on :Wednesday , 3rd April 2019
As power rolls out across continent, ranks of appliance consumers swell rapidly.
With a population of more than a billion and increasing access to power, sub-Saharan Africa could present a massive market for electrical products and services – sectors that are among Hong Kong’s fortes.
In its 2017 World Economic Outlook, the International Energy Agency (. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 7th March 2019
Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) report has predicted that Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Tanzania will be among Africa’s most attractive investment destinations in 2019.
Posted on :Wednesday , 30th January 2019
In order to exchange electricity effectively the state-owned power utility firm is currently undertaking the Kenya-Tanzania Power Interconnection Project (KTPIP).
Posted on :Tuesday , 29th January 2019
Rwanda’s energy targets are set to get a boost following the government’s decision to provide a concession to a private investor to start production of methane gas from Lake Kivu.
On Monday, a cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame approved the decision that allows Rwanda Development Board (RDB) to enter concession and implementation agreement with Gasmeth E. . .
Posted on :Friday , 7th December 2018
Rwanda minister of infrastructure Claver Gatete, and ROSATOM's director general, Aleksey Likhachev, signed a co-operation agreement aimed at the construction of a Center for Nuclear Science and Technology (CNST) and of a Nuclear Power Plant in Rwanda in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy.