Weekly Newsletter - 08/07/2016

Dear <<First Name>>,

Please find below this week's summary of renewable and related energy news for Africa and beyond.
Kind regards,
The REPP Team
West Africa
Ghana: African Centre for Energy Policy request for power cuts timetable - ESI Africa
East Africa
Tanzania: Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit project will run engines run on natural gas - ESI Africa
Tanzania: Jumeme launches first solar powered mini grid on Lake Victoria- GVEP International
Tanzania: Gov keen to trim electricity tariffs - ESI Africa
Tanzania: World Banks approves electrification loan - Alternative Energy Africa
Kenya: Kenya Power obtains $500m long-term syndicated loan - ESI Africa
Kenya: Solar nano-grids installed in Nakuru County - Alternative Energy Africa
Rwanda: Rwanda Energy Group – confident to meet 70% electricity connectivity target - ESI Africa
Southern Africa
Angola to look at hydrokinetic power generation - ESI Africa
South Africa: AfDB signs loan facilities with Eskom worth R20bn - Engineering News
South Africa: Khobab Wind Farm completes low carbon footprint foundation pour - ESI Africa

SE4All Africa hub to provide technical assistance to green mini-grid developers - GVEP International
AfDB New Deal on Energy for Africa supports both renewable and non-renewable energy sources - RenewableEnergyWorld
New US EPA rules add complexity and legal uncertainty for RE power projects - PowerNews
China responsible for 30% of new capacity additions in Africa - IEA, ESI Africa
2016 World Wind Energy Market Update 2016 report - Navigant Research; Renewable Energy World
Middle East: Competitive bidding driving down solar prices - Renewable Energy World
Brazilian energy minister promotes distributed generation solar - PV Tech
Mercom: Total corporate solar funding at its lowest level in three years in Q2 2016 - PV Tech
Dubai plans waste-to-energy plant - IJ Global
Argentina to launch unique RE programme - ESI Africa
AfDB launches interactive online project tracking tool - ESI Africa
Abu Dhabi: ‘Fear of record-low prices’ causes Enel, ACWA Power and ALJ to pull out of bidding for 350MW project - PV Tech
Global Installed Solar Photovoltaic Capacity Will Exceed 756 GW by 2025 - Alternative Energy Africa

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