• Taking the breeze

    Taking the breeze

    Through the increased use of wind farms in South Africa, a considerable impact on GDP could be achieved by 2030, with thousands of jobs being created

    Shining success

    Shining success

    From the mega projects feeding into national grids to standalone micro-grids that power villages, solar technology is helping Africa light up the 600 million-plus people who do not have access to electricity

    Crest of a wave

    Crest of a wave

    With so much untapped potential at the disposal of African nations, hydropower is attracting huge investment.

    Breath of fresh air

    Breath of fresh air

    Many governments are introducing programmes to make extensive use of wind to provide electricity. 

    Power of the collective

    Power of the collective

    While renewables have gathered significant momentum, fossil fuels remain a highly viable option for resource-rich African nations.

    Sunny side up

    Sunny side up

    Cheaper technology is making it more attractive for African countries to take advantage of their solar abundance as a reliable, sustainable source of energy.

    Power of the collective

    Power of the collective

    While renewables have gathered significant momentum, fossil fuels remain a highly viable option for resource-rich African nations.

    Shining example

    Shining example

    Innovative products such as a new roof tile and the latest developments in battery technology are game changers in the solar industry.