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Ghana LNG regasification unit arrives, start-up expected Q1

The arrival of a floating regasification unit at Tema is the final piece in the jigsaw for sub-Saharan Africa’s first offshore LNG import project. Long-awaited LNG imports are intended to reduce the cost of gas while stabilising supply in the east of the country, writes Dan Marks 

Issue 430 - 14 January 2021

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Global boost needed to make Africa energy supply more sustainable

Efforts to mitigate climate change, while electricity supply industries, transport networks and other big consumers of energy are put on a more sustainable, less carbon-intense footing, will rise sharply up the global agenda in 2021, ahead of the next big round of climate talks to be held on 1-12 November in Glasgow. This is likely to involve a rush into green bonds, new project financing and other instruments that could significantly increase the pace of Africa’s shift into a more sustainable energy future.

Issue 430 - 14 January 2021

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Nyamasege Hydro

4MW | IPP
Last updated:
22 January 2021
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Kiringa Hydro

1.1MW | IPP
Last updated:
22 January 2021
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Nyambunde Hydro

2.1MW | IPP
Last updated:
22 January 2021
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Kisumu Solar PV

2.4MW | IPP
Last updated:
21 January 2021
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Ruaraka Diesel

9.3MW | IPP
Last updated:
21 January 2021
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East African Malting Diesel

2.2MW | IPP
Last updated:
21 January 2021
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Zuzu Diesel

7.4MW | State owned
Last updated:
21 January 2021
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Soetwater Wind

147MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Karusa Wind

147MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Nxuba Wind

141MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Garob Wind

138MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Assela Wind

100MW | State owned
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Tlou Lesedi Solar PV

20MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Illovo Dwangwa Sugar Factory Bagasse

7MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Kipsonoi Hydro

2.6MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Nchalo Sugar Factory Bagasse

11.5MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Iraru Hydro

1.56MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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South Mara Hydro

2.2MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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Lower Nyamindi Hydro

1.86MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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North Mathioya Hydro

5.7MW | IPP
Last updated:
20 January 2021
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767 projects 55 projects 506 projects
110,916MW 13,130MW 54,577MW
430 projects 27 projects 185 projects
71,852MW 10,187MW 91,639MW
659 projects 54 projects 845 projects
29,454MW 7,127MW 82,484MW
961 projects 89 projects 620 projects

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