Fine Print of Renewable Energy Sources that Developing Nations are missing

Over the last decade, the top four emitters, China, US, EU and India, have contributed to 55% of the total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, with the G20 members accounting for around 78% of global GHG emissions. Consequently, the G20 members largely determine global emission trends

Biden’s climate change agenda for Kenya

In a tele-conversation between United States President-elect Joe Biden and President Uhuru Kenyatta, Biden conveyed his interest in building on the strong and lasting partnership between his country and Kenya across a variety of issues affecting both countries. Among the host of areas of partnership

Race to the Sun: Kenya’s aspirations for Solar Energy

Kenya Power has recorded losses in the last financial year and according to KPLC, the losses were due to top clients turning to solar as a source of energy. Clients such as factories, universities and companies who according to Business Daily on Friday 20th of

IRENA invites Renewable Energy Developers to Investment Platform

The International Renewable Energy Agency’s (IRENA), as a part of an initiatives launched by a coalition of intergovernmental partners like SE4All, UNDP and Green Climate Fund during the UN Climate Action Summit in September 2019, is inviting renewable energy project developers to register suitable projects via a purpose-built portal organized around 14 regional clusters, five of which are focused on Africa (Central, Eastern, North, Southern and West).