Geothermal energy development is the way to go for Kenya. The east African country is already the world’s eighth largest geothermal power producer. And it plans to do better by following an ambitious geothermal development plan.
Despite being one of the lowest-cost and most reliable renewable energy sources, harnessing heat from the Earth almost doesn't happen outside Iceland. But leaders meeting in Italy this week are trying to change that.
A new report says the World Bank's Development Policy Financing programs continue to subsidize builders of coal, oil and gas projects - going directly against its own proclaimed low-carbon and pro-climate policies.
Media reports have confirmed China will build the first nuclear power plant in Sudan. It'll help the African nation meet its growing energy demand, while for China it's a step towards increasing its technology footprint.
China plans to invest $361 billion in renewable energy generation by 2020. The investment reflects Beijing's focus on cutting the use of fossil fuels and combating pollution.
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