Posts tagged as Cameroon

Building geospatial capacity in African secondary cities

  Secondary Cities Africa team representatives from Cameroon, Ethiopia and Nigeria participated in the week-long Secondary Cities South Africa Technical Exchange which took place at Esri South Africa’s offices in Midrand, Gauteng from 26 to 30 June 2016.  The event, which was organised by the American Association of Geographers, EIS-Africa, Esri South Africa and the […]

Power developments in Africa, March 2016

First phase of CSP plant inaugurated  King Mohammed VI of Morocco inaugurated the first phase of the country’s Noor Ouarzazate (NOORo) Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant, ushering in a new era for Africa’s sustainable energy future. The plant is a keystone of Morocco’s solar programme to develop 2 GW by 2020. The plant exponentially harnesses the country’s […]

Power developments in Africa, July 2015

  Energy developments diversify economy Botswana Oil (BOL) has called for expressions of interest (EoI) for an in-house technical adviser to assist in the development of the landlocked country’s oil and gas sector. Through the EoI, the State-owned company sought information on the preparedness of the coal-to-liquids market in Botswana to inform the process of […]

Power developments in Africa, August 2014

  Angola rents gas turbines APR Energy is to use GE mobile gas turbines to provide fast-track electricity supply in Angola. The deal represents APR’s first turbine project in sub-Saharan Africa, and quickly follows an alliance announced recently between the two companies. The new contract is for a period of twelve months. It will utilise […]