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African Energy, African Energy Live Data and Gulf States Newsletter are looking for an online production editor to sharpen up the online presence of the publications, data and reports, to curate their websites, and raise their profile on Google News.
Date published: 14 January 2022
We are excited to offer an opportunity for a reporter to join the industry leading publication African Energy and data service African Energy Live Data. The role sits at the heart of the daily output of the company and offers an unparalleled opportunity to gain experience as a journalist and writer, as well as knowledge and expertise in the African energy, infrastructure, and development sectors.
Date published: 10 January 2022
According to new figures released by African Energy Live Data, power generation capacity additions slowed to new lows in Q2 2021 with only 751MW of net on-grid capacity added, the lowest level since 2013.
The new data – with Covid-19 pandemic delays and a broader shift in focus away from generation contributing factors – is below the longer-term average and is at odds with pre- and post-COP26 political statements about installing sustainable, access-creating capacity.
Date published: 24 November 2021
We are pleased to announce a new membership scheme and events schedule, designed to help Africa's energy stakeholders at all stages of the project and investment lifecycle.
Date published: 01 November 2021
African Energy's parent company Cross-border Information (CbI) is recruiting a Business Development Executive to work within our existing sales and marketing team, with a focus on selling subscription-based products and reports and services linked to our African Energy and Gulf States Newsletter brands.
Date published: 12 October 2021
The latest figures from African Energy Live Data show that across the continent generation capacity additions have improved dramatically over the past decade. However, many long-term goals remain unattained. While the share of renewables is steadily increasing, private companies still struggle to make inroads in an industry dominated by often all but insolvent state utilities
Date published: 04 May 2020