By Ben Eguzozie  Morocco, a North African economic giant, has formed a team to explore the viability of Xlinks, a 3,800km cable

By Luther Animashaun The World Bank has urged African countries to increase investments and maximise the use of natural gas and

Cynthia Ezekwe Wema Bank Plc said it has made a N1 billion loan available for  Small and Medium-Sized enterprises (SMEs) seeking to

BY MADUABUCHI EFEGADI A former secretary-general of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Mohammed Barkindo, has

BY CHARLES ABUEDE The world’s total renewable power capacity increased by 9.1 percent at the end of 2021 to reach 3,064 Gigawatt,

BY: ONOME AMUGE The Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd (NBC) has commenced an expanded investment plan and transition towards renewable

BY: Olusola Bello Nigeria’s commitment to achieve Net Zero emission by 2060 made at the COP26 Summit in Glasgow Scotland earlier in

By Tina Blazquez-Lopez, BCLP Counsel in Dubai Nigeria is the largest oil producer in Africa and the sixth-largest oil-producing

Kenya is leading Africa in terms of geothermal power capacity, a report by Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st century

South Africa’s next round of bids for renewable energy agreements with independent power producers will begin in November and could