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African countries need to follow their own path to green energy

Independent online (SA) 09 Feb 2023
Creecy said there were also opportunities in the energy transition for South Africa, as the country is on the list of top five countries in terms of sunshine and wind availability, while it also holds the largest reserves of platinum group metals ... Silas Olan’g, Africa Energy ...
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Labour threatens to go to court to stop SA declaring National State of Disaster

Independent online (SA) 09 Feb 2023
A section of South Africa’s labour movement has threatened to go to court in a bid to ...Expectations are once again low, and the worsening energy crisis has soured the national mood, putting added pressure on South Africa’s president to deliver something credible,” Nel said.
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'Farcical, laughable': John Kirby on Lavrov's war started by West' remark

Beijing News 09 Feb 2023
... to say that the war started by the West that places throughout the world, particularly in Africa and Latin America are issues with energy and food security which is farcical and it would be a laughable comment if it wasn't so serious about the impact that it is having" he added.
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Seven ways to protect your health when cooking with gas

The Conversation 09 Feb 2023
A gas stove can expose you to harmful indoor air pollution ... With colleagues, we measured fine particulate matter concentration in 60 different types of kitchens across 12 cities in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South America ... BonNontawat/Shutterstock ... Here are top seven . 1 ... Induction stoves are clean and energy-efficient. Africa Studio/Shutterstock.
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Mining Indaba: Africa sits in prime seat to benefit from minerals for renewable energies

Mail Guardian South Africa 08 Feb 2023
Africa is well positioned to satisfy the mineral and metal demands needed for the global transition from fossil-based energy sources to renewable ones, according to experts at the Investing in Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town ... In terms of all the metals that are relevant to the energy transition Africa is leading.
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Huawei is hoping to play a key role in SA’s energy solutions

Independent online (SA) 08 Feb 2023
Huawei argued that it is committed to Africa’s energy transition on Wednesday ... Hesheng expanded that Africa urgently needs solar energy to address its energy shortage challenges ... “Huawei believes that what it calls “4T” Technologies will drive the development of Africa’s renewable energy.
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Africa will remain poor unless it uses more energy

Live Mint 08 Feb 2023
More than a century on, Namibia hopes that the area will again bring riches, this time from sun, wind and land, by hosting one of Africa’s largest renewable-energy projects ... Namibia’s green-hydrogen project is symbolic of the optimism about renewable energy in Africa ... In Africa the problem is how to generate more energy.
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Mining groups lead the way in private sector energy generation

Independent online (SA) 08 Feb 2023
Leaders of some of South Africa’s biggest mining groups yesterday discussed their renewable energy projects at the Mining Indaba in Cape Town ... it would play an active role in helping manage the just transition to a low-carbon economy, while balancing South Africa’s energy needs.
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South Africa is in a power hurt locker

Hot Air 08 Feb 2023
Welcome to life under South Africa’s power blackouts ... …South Africa has now gone over 100 days with outages every day ... Energy minister Gwede Mantashe says that the ongoing energy crisis in South Africa is an “irritation” to society, and if it is not resolved, it could lead to a revolt among the populace.
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Ramaphosa claims the government is doing all it can to make mining investment easier

Independent online (SA) 08 Feb 2023
The Minerals Council of South Africa yesterday welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the Mining Indaba, but stressed the urgency of action, after he said the government was working as fast as it could to remove impediments to investment in the sector, including on its energy and rail problems.
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IEA: Asia set to use half of world's electricity by 2025

Beaumont Enterprise 08 Feb 2023
BERLIN (AP) — Asia will for the first time use half of the world’s electricity by 2025, even as Africa continues to consume far less than its share of the global population, according to a new forecast released Wednesday by the International Energy Agency ... By contrast, Africa — ...
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Asia to use half of world's electricity by 2025 – report

The Manila Times 08 Feb 2023
Asia will for the first time use half of the world's electricity by 2025, even as Africa continues to consume far less than its share of the global population, according to a new forecast released Wednesday by the International Energy Agency (IEA) ... of energy markets and security.
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Asia set to use half of world’s electricity by 2025: IEA report

Arab News 08 Feb 2023
Asia will for the first time use half of the world’s electricity by 2025, even as Africa continues to consume far less than its share of the global population, according to a new forecast released on Wednesday by the International Energy Agency ... of energy markets and security.
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IEA: Asia set to use half of world’s electricity by 2025

Sun Star 08 Feb 2023
ASIA will for the first time use half of the world’s electricity by 2025, even as Africa continues to consume far less than its share of the global population, according to a new forecast released Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2023, by the International Energy Agency (IEA) ... sources of energy.
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Junior mining sector needs boost to take advantage of global energy transition

Independent online (SA) 08 Feb 2023
South Africa’s junior mining sector revenue has grown strongly since 2018 and the global energy transition holds even further promise, with, for instance, the Northern Cape a treasure trove of energy transition minerals waiting to be exploited ... South Africa, was already underway.

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