Energy Transition – one of the most critical and complex challenges of our time – is having a unique impact on the African energy sector. The fast-paced Energy Transition in Africa opens many opportunities for the continent with the lowest per-capita CO2 emissions, the largest carbon sink (the Congo Basin), and exciting technological leapfrogging potential.
This article analyses a sample of the largest mines by production output in the Southern African (SAF) region to understand energy transition initiatives being taken in this sector to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
The Paris Agreement leaves plenty of room for countries to take unilateral measures to reach their NDCs – their self-binding climate targets – but it also acknowledges the need for finance to flow to where it is needed to drive emissions lower
What are carbon offsets? What is the life cycle of a carbon offset? What are offset standards? Carbon offsets in compliance markets; the market for carbon credits; how are carbon credits priced? How and why companies measure carbon emissions – you will find answers to these questions and more in
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Africa is poised to be a major player in the green hydrogen economy as large-scale projects have been announced or commenced to both export green hydrogen and play a significant role in the energy transition road maps across the continent.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s oil product storage landscape is highly diverse, with both state and private players as well as ageing and state of the art facilities.