Kenya is emerging as a key player in the energy markets, particularly geothermal with opportunities driven by low levels of energy access, a need for transition from fossil-based generation to clean and renewable energy, and to support industrialisation and economic growth
The year to the end of September 2023 marked a substantial downturn in activity across the Middle East and Africa, however, with some landmark achievements in the financing of greenfield infrastructure and energy across the region
Amid the slowdowns suffered by South Africa's IPP programmes, utility-scale success has been found elsewhere in the renewables sphere as a SOLA Group-led consortium reached a $234.5 million financial close on 200MW of solar PV
It is our annual delight to announce the judging team for Europe and Africa – a fine selection of established industry professionals who will bring their experience to bear while assessing submissions for IJGlobal Awards 2021
Our judges identified the Development Bank of Southern Africa as the winner of the Sub-Saharan Africa category, recognising the DFI for its issuance of its first ever €200 million green bond to target climate mitigation, adaptation, or indeed both
Recent events in Mozambique have occluded what was otherwise the most defining event in the African infrastructure project financing world of 2020 – the debt financing of the $22.6 billion Area 1 Mozambique LNG project in the Rovuma Basin
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