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Google Makes First Renewable Energy Investment In Africa

May 30th, 2013 | by Andrew

Upon completion, the Jasper Power Project will be one of the largest solar PV facilities on the African continent, capable of producing enough clean, renewable electricity to power some 30,000 South African home, as well as bringing about much in the way of positive, ecologically sustainable social development


Middle East–Africa Solar PV Demand Will Increase 625% This Year

March 22nd, 2013 | by Andrew

Yes, oil and natural gas are still king in the Middle East-Africa region, but solar energy is on the rise across the region, as governments, private sector businesses and international organizations are laying the foundation for industry development and sustainable growth, developments that could yield tremendous benefits socially and environmentally


Seven Wind Farms, 433 MW of Vestas, Suzlon Wind Turbines for South Africa

May 24th, 2012 | by Andrew

Vestas and Suzlon came out winners following South Africa awarding 562.5MW of wind power project contracts in the second round of its Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Program auction. More broadly, South Africans across the developing nation stand to benefit as building out a clean, renewable energy infrastructure will yield benefits for the economy, society and the environment


South Africa 2nd Round Renewable Energy Auction: 19 Awards Totaling 1.044 GW

May 23rd, 2012 | by Andrew

It's been a long time in the works, but South Africa's renewable energy drive is on much firmer ground with the award of contracts to develop 19 new renewable energy projects. Valued at more than $3 billion, the projects will result in the construction of manufacturing facilities and the creation of more than 7,000 green jobs. That's in addition to all the CO2, greenhouse gases, pollution and environmental degradation that will be avoided.



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