Phanes Group, an integrated end-to-end solar provider headquartered in Dubai, has launched its first Solar Incubator program, aimed at identifying PV projects of potential in sub-Saharan Africa by providing access to funding, and commercial and technical knowledge.
In preparation of this conference, Solarplaza organized a webinar through which one could get a glimpse at the intricate mechanism governing the African solar market today.
Le besoin d’énergie et l’abondance de soleil sont deux arguments de poids en faveur du développement de l’énergie solaire photovoltaïque en Afrique. Notre liste des 50 principaux projets en cours de développement s’inscrit dans le cadre de nos prochains événements organisés au Nigeria (The Solar Future Nigeria, 25 et 26 avril 2017) et en Côté d’Ivoire (Unlocking Solar Capital Africa, 24 et 25 octobre 2017 à Abidjan).
The Energy & Environment Partnership programme (EEP) is a challenge fund active in southern and east Africa. Since 2010, EEP has assisted over 200 renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in the region with grant funding during their early stages of development and implementation.
Our list of Top 50 projects under development comes in preparation for the two-day event in Nigeria during the 25-26 of April. The Solar Future Nigeria concentrates all major stakeholders in the country and addresses all forms of solar applications ranging from utility scale to pico solar.
The tone of the conversation around utility-scale solar power in Nigeria is changing. Complicated conditions around fossil-based grid generation have provided the needed motivation for the Nigerian government and the private sector to further explore clean-tech power sources such as solar power.
Following our recent webinar “How to Manage Currency Risks for RE Projects in Africa”, we have summarized the most important conclusions in this article.
In our latest investor Q&A, GOGLA speaks with Michael Gera of Energy Access Ventures Africa. With a team that has substantial investment and operating experience, EAV bring a hands-on approach with their portfolio companies. Michael brings EAV’s portfolio companies several years of venture investing along with operating experience – most of it on the ground in Africa.