In May, we resume the ALER Talks cycle in an event dedicated to the debate of "Renewable Energy and Green Finance in Lusophone African countries", in which we will address topics such as: The carbon market; Green bonds/green bonds; ESG - Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance.
"It was the purchase of this solar kit that allowed us to open the doors of our restaurant in December. Since then, the solar PV kit has given us enormous satisfaction and so far we have not suffered any inconvenience with the system."
The construction and administration of the power plants will be done by June 2025. The project co-financed by the World Bank will total almost 3.5 MW of energy.
Angola is now hosting the new headquarters of the Regional Centre for Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency in Central Africa, whose aim will be to develop studies on the region's needs.
The Digital Energy Challenge is now accepting applications for start-ups that want to develop digital transformation projects in the energy sector.
In an interview with the Guinean newspaper "O Democrata", Abdu Jaquité, delegate of the Government of Guinea-Bissau said that the photovoltaic (PV) power plants that are planned to be installed will make up for the country's energy deficit.