Has COP27 Accelerated The Development Of Green Hydrogen In Africa?
Date03 Feb 2023//
From 6 to 18 November 2022, the 27th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) took place in Sharm-El-Sheikh, hosted by the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
How Africa Can Escape Chronic Food Insecurity Amid Climate Change?
Date02 Feb 2023//
Climate change and extreme weather are posing severe threats to farmers across Africa, especially in sub-Saharan Africa because of a lack of resilience to climate events, food import dependence, and excessive government intervention.
Seizing the Agri-Food Opportunity in Eastern and Southern Africa
Date01 Feb 2023//
According to the World Bank, the African continent, despite being confronted with a set of challenges threatening hard-earned development gains, remains resilient and endowed with rich creativity and innovation that has the potential to turn around food insecurity, generate jobs,... Read More →
How Project Finance Can Advance the Clean Energy Transition in Developing Countries
Date30 Jan 2023//
Project Finance In The Clean Energy Transition According to the Oxford Institute For Energy Studies, the world climate imperative requires a substantial increase in clean energy investments across middle- and low-income countries (“MLICs”), where energy demand growth and limited financial... Read More →
Takeaways From The World Economic Forum 2023
Date26 Jan 2023//
Held on the theme, ‘Cooperation in a Fragmented World,’ the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2023 took place in the Swiss mountain town of Davos between 16 – 20 January, 2023.
Opportunities and Challenges of Battery Energy Storage
Date24 Jan 2023//
As the world increasingly swaps fossil fuel power for emissions-free electrification, battery energy storage technologies are becoming a vital storage tool to facilitate the energy transition. In tandem with this drive is an increasing requirement for battery energy storage devices... Read More →
Africa’s Macroeconomic Performance and Outlook – January 2023
Date20 Jan 2023//
The African Development Bank, on the 19th of January, 2023, launched the 2023 Africa’s Macroeconomic Performance and Outlook.
Green Infrastructure for Climate Resiliency
Date19 Jan 2023//
Climate change is affecting the world now more than ever. According to the UN, the impacts of climate change, from shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding, are global... Read More →
Financing A World Scale Green Hydrogen Export Project
Date18 Jan 2023//
Green hydrogen remains a key investment for the energy transition as it holds significant promise to help meet global energy demand while contributing to climate action goals.
Air Pollution and Climate Change: A Deadly Duo for Africa
Date16 Jan 2023//
Air pollution and climate change are a deadly duo for Africa, as they both currently represent a great threat to human health, well-being, and productivity, and the continent’s development at large.