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21st European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, 03-07 June 2013, Copenhagen - Call for abstract deadline: 21st January 2013Submitted by etaflorence on 17-January-2013
What will be the key innovations to be reported in 2013?
The European Union Energy Initiative was launched in 2002 in Johannesburg durin
The Ethiopian government has released its energy plans for 2012 with a couple of big changes expected on the horizon.
The workshop, organised by the AFRETEP project, was held in Kampala, Uganda from 3rd to 7th October.
Feed-in tariffs (FiTs) are already used to promote RE in more than 30 countries globally, and South Africa has also recently introduced a FiT scheme.
Ethiopia’ first ever wind power plant will be built in Ashegoda, near Mekelle, the capital of the nation’s Tigray province.
This year has already seen numbers jump for wind power with the addition of approximately 40 GW of capacity being added, according to the
Liberia’s electricity generation capacity will be more than double within the next year from 10 megawatts to 23 megawatts, the Cabinet was told on last Friday.
The World Bank also announced that it will invest $200m in mini-grid and stand alone renewable energy schemes in Nigeria.