Catégorie : energy-transition

100% Renewable Energy in Africa, is it possible? 0

100% Renewable Energy in Africa, is it possible?

The largest hydroelectric dam in Africa on the « Nil Bleu »  with a  power of 6000 MW (Ethiopia)                                    ...

Le Kenya et les énergies renouvelables 0

Le Kenya et les énergies renouvelables

Kenya, une croissance énergétique basée sur les énergies renouvelables Le Kenya connait une explosion de ses besoins énergétiques avec 49,7 millions d’habitants en 2017 et une croissance importante. Pour faire face à ce nouveau...


Electric cars, the time of choice

  Several states have expressed their desire to turn definitively towards electric vehicles considered more environmentally friendly than thermal vehicles. China, most Western countries, India, have set targets for the abandonment of thermal vehicles in favour of...


Wakanda forever ?

Wakanda is a small country enclave between Kenya and Ethiopia. No open to the maritime road. Around 6 millions people compose the country. As Nicaragua or Jordan. So why this fiction country of Marvel is interesting ? Because he has a wealth underground of minerals : uranium, gold or vibranium, the only fictive one. Throughout the marvel Universe, this country is the most develop of the planet. So in what way can it serve as a general economic and energy model especially for African States and more generally countries relying on progress and growth. Utopia ? undeniably. Source of inspiration ? Why not.


Shell goes green

The Royal Dutch Shell plc CEO Ben Van Beurden announced on the 10th of July 2017 that the company will invest one billion dollars per year from 2020 in renewable energy. A comforting turn around in their situation considering that the group in 2011 disclosed that they would no longer invest in clean energy.