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Egyptians are hoping for cooler weather and with it the end of severe rolling power outages which have caused difficulties throughout the summer. However, the social and economic legacies of the electricity supply crisis will outlast the ferocious Mediterranean heatwave, which has provided the government’s only – but far from satisfying – explanation for why the outages happened, writes John Hamilton.
Issue 491 - 24 September 2023
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed triumphantly announced on 10 September that the fourth and final filling of the $4.2bn Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (Gerd) reservoir had been completed, raising the 74km3 reservoir’s water level to 625 metres; last year’s third filling had brought levels to 600 metres.
Issue 491 - 25 September 2023
The latest figures from African Energy's Live Data platform show the direction of the continent's on-grid power generation industry over the next five years
African Energy has analysed the latest on-grid power generation data for North Africa.
African Energy staff led research for the Africa-EU Energy Partnership’s second annual European Financial Flows on SDG7 to Africa report.
Almost 50% of respondents to an African Energy survey said the certification of carbon or renewable credits is too costly or time-intensive.
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