Actualités sur les infrastructures

Energy savings and back-up generation more vital than ever


Engineering News

Due to the national power shortage and the rising electricity prices, large power and water users like mining houses, commercial buildings, manufacturing plants and the agricultural sector need to address the...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

Lack of electricity impedes progress in sub-Saharan Africa


STLtoday (US) by Stephanie Peace

If you were to make a list of the most important issues facing the poor in Africa today, you would probably include access to healthy food, clean water and improved health care, but may not think...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales, Eau, Energie

Infrastructure Development Crucial for Africa Growth


The African Executive by H.E.Hon.Uhuru.Kenyatta

Infrastructure development is critical for economic growth and poverty reduction.  In Africa, infrastructure can potentially contribute as much as 2% per year to Gross...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

World Bank mobilises N2.5tr for power generation in Nigeria


The Guardian

THE World Bank Group announced yesterday that it mobilised about nearly N2.5 trillion as part of the reforms in the power sector, to support electricity generation in Nigeria. In the same vein, to harness interests...

Catégories: Energie

Le gaz au Mozambique, une évolution économique à haut risque


Financial Afrik

Benjamin Augé, chercheur associé aux programmes Afrique subsaharienne et Énergie de l'Institut français à l'IFRI, principal centre indépendant de recherche, d'information et de débat sur les grandes questions...

Catégories: Energie

Much ado over Africa's power sector


Africa Renewal

Apapa is the industrial hub of Lagos, Nigeria's bustling commercial capital that's home to some 17 million people.  Daily, the air in Apapa reverberates with the humming sound of electricity generators. In...

Catégories: Energie

African Development Bank To Launch $3bn Infrastructure Fund



African Development Bank plans to launch a $3bn infrastructure fund to raise money to deliver on vital infrastructure on the continent.

The money will be raised from regional and non-African pension funds, insurance...

Catégories: Transport, Energie, Eau, TIC

Japan vows to steadily implement $32 billion in aid for Africa


Kyodo News International

Japan told foreign ministers and senior officials from about 50 African countries on Sunday that it will steadily implement 3.2 trillion yen, or $32 billion, in aid for Africa over a five-year period...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

With A Little Help, Africa Could Become Renewable Energy Powerhouse


Climate Progress by Ari Phillips

The United States, China, India, Japan, and Europe all fit within Africa, a continent that lags behind those places in development. When it comes to energy and electricity, this lack of...

Catégories: Energie

Kenya: AfDB to meet on cheap power loan


Daily Nation

The first batch of funds meant to subsidise new power connections is expected in September. The government hopes that its proposal to the African Development Bank will get board approval during the bank´s meeting in...

Catégories: Energie, Infrastructures générales

Our Future, Made in Africa: Event highlight



Internationally-renowned designer Ozwald Boateng OBE curated a stunning fashion show featuring four designers from Africa or its diaspora communities, wowing guests at his Gala event Celebrating Africa's...

Transparence de l'industrie extractive : Madagascar, un exemple de « bonne pratique »


La Gazette de Madagascar

La Grande Ile est promue comme un exemple de bonne pratique pour les pays frncophones lors de la 26ème réunion du board international de l'Initiative pour la transparence de l'industrie extractive (EITI)...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

World Water Day 2014 - Interview With Alex Rugamba, Afdb Director of Energy, Environment and Climate Change


All Africa

On the occasion of World Water Day, which is celebrated on March 22 and this year focuses on water and energy, Alex Rugamba, Director of the African Development Bank's Energy, Environment and Climate Change...

Catégories: Energie, Eau

Returning Arab donors target Madagascar's infrastructure


Africa Review

Arab donors are pushing to re-establish ties with Madagascar quickly even as most other development partners await the green light from multilaterals such as the IMF.

A top Madagascar official said infrastructure...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

Nigeria Requires $7.7bn To Improve Power Supply - TCN



Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), a business unit under the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), says it would need $7.7 billion to improve power infrastructure in the next five years.

Mack Kast,...

Catégories: Energie

$870m financing agreements signed for biggest clean energy project in Africa



The Lake Turkana Wind Power Project ( meant to add an existing 300MW of reliable, low cost wind energy to the national grid of Kenya reached a critical milestone following the signing of the...

Catégories: Energie

Tunisie : bientôt un audit sur la concession des aéroports d'Enfidha et Monastir


Tunisia IT

La réalisation d'un audit concernant la concession des aéroports d'Enfidha et de Monastir, accordée à la société turque TAV, et la révision de ses aspects techniques et financiers sont les principales décisions issues...

Catégories: Transport

Cameroun : Les aéroports du Cameroun pas toujours compétitifs


La 3è édition du Bulletin Statistique de la Cameroon Civil Aviation Authority dévoile les statistiques sur le transport aérien au Cameroun.

Intéressant lorsqu'on sait que le dernier classement établi par le Conseil...

Catégories: Transport

AfDB Approves 18.74 Billion CFA francs for Senegal's Water and Sanitation Sector Project


Senegal will receive a combined African Development Fund loan and grant amounting to 18.74 billion CFA francs approved by the Fund's Board on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 in Tunis, to finance the country's Water and Sanitation...

Catégories: Eau

World Bank to Finance New Hydropower Development in Burundi


World Bank

The World Bank Group's Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$100 million grant to the Republic of Burundi for the Jiji and Mulembwe hydropower project.

Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) is suffering from a...

Catégories: Energie

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