“The lazy option is to outsource production to China.”
Everything business people and investors would like to know about Africa’s energy sector.
Green Energy & Biofuels manufactures cook stoves and a cooking biofuel gel made from waste products, like sawdust and hyacinth.
Interest in solar power solutions are rising as the country suffers under its unprecedented power generation crisis.
Kenefas Energy Solution seeks to design and manufacture micro wind turbines that generate up to 1KW for use in rural areas.
Rwandan Henri Nyakarundi answers How we made it in Africa’s questions and shares his vision for ARED.
EnVent is an Ethiopian for-profit business that provides affordable solar energy products and phone charging solutions to the rural market.
In 2013 Simbarashe Mhuriro (30) partnered with a Swiss-German renewable energy company to develop grid-connected solar plants.
Juabar has built a franchise network of micro-business owners who offer phone charging services.
Across East Africa, increases in processing of agricultural products is being accompanied by an increase in organic waste.
If the challenge posed by Africa’s electric power deficit is monumental, so is the effort currently going into addressing the problem.
Blackstone CEO discusses the firm’s recent investment in Africa.
New report shows Gulf companies are increasing their exposure to African infrastructure, primarily telecommunications, ports and power.
“It is important to balance work and play, or life becomes very boring.”
“The main problem I see with young African guys is they want to grow overnight.”
Tanzanian solar solutions pioneer Rex Energy is developing inexpensive energy models for rural households.