Articles tagged with: electrification

Myanmar’s 20-MW Taungdaw Gwin Solar Project

Myanmar's 20-MW Taungdaw Gwin solar project launched

Myanmar-based Gold Energy Company Limited (GE) announced the official launch of the 20-MW Taungdaw Gwin solar power plant. It is regarded as a milestone project…
Tonga Landscape

South Pacific's largest solar plant officially launched in Tonga

Prime Minister of Tonga today announced the official launch of the 6-MW power purchase agreement (PPA) based Tongatapu Solar Farm located at Fualu, Tongatapu, which…
Off-Grid Small-Scale Solar Project in Rural Community in Nigeria

CarbonAi helps Nigeria electrify rural communities via solar

Fully integrated greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction projects developer, CarbonAi, announced it has signed an MoU with the Rural Electrification Agency (REA) of Nigeria to identify…
Offcials at Phase I of Cambodia’s National Solar Park

Cambodia's National Solar Park adds 60 MW to grid

Phase I of the National Solar Park in Cambodia, with a capacity of 60 MW, recently completed construction and connected to the national grid, reaching…
Solar Power Plant on Desert

GET.invest introduces a Team Europe One Stop Shop for Green Energy Investments at EABF 2022

GET.invest launched the pilot phase of the Team Europe One Stop Shop for Green Energy Investments on the occasion of the EU-Africa Business Forum 2022.…
Solar Panel Arrays

The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund provides a $35 million loan to construct a 40MW Kesses solar project in Kenya

The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF), part of The Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), will provide a loan of $35 million over a 15-year term…
Indonesia's Solar Superpower Debate

Can Indonesia Realize Its Future as a Solar Superpower in Asia?

Indonesia is often called the “Sleeping Giant” of Asia. Countless words are written every year forecasting the future of China and India as economic giants.…
Off-Grid Solar Power Facilities Installed to Enhance Electricity Reliability

Why Advances in Off-Grid Energy Are Vital to Ease the Digital Divide Today?

Many of us now live in a community with decent internet connectivity, but many of us do not. To those that don’t, it’s easy to…
Myanmar Solar: Lots of Potential, But a Cloudy Outlook for Solar Energy Development and Growth

Myanmar Solar: Lots of Potential, But a Cloudy Outlook for Solar Energy Development and Growth

Solar energy is just beginning to gain some traction in Myanmar, a country that has been gradually opening up its economy and society to the…
Electrification in Papua New Guinea: Embracing Mobile Pay-Go

Papua New Guinea Emerges as a World-Leading Market for Mobile Pay-Go Solar

Papua New Guineans are embracing mobile pay-go, aka PAYG, solar, which is proving to be a potent, if small-scale, agent of change in terms of…
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