A setback for solar in Africa
Hello darkness my old friend…
Biggest solar crowd sale on the continent
looks like a fantastic opportunity.
Alright, alright, alright…
Masiyiwa is betting the farm on DPA
Crowd funded solar is the future!
It won’t do much for response times but atleast it’s now there…
AFSIA put out a report on the state of solar in Africa and it brought about the plausibility of Zimbabwe being a 1 gigawatt solar power producer by 2030.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said that the country is ready to Manufacture and sell Hydrogen Fuel Technology.
On this episode of Technikari, we are joined by Simabarashe Mangena a Nuclear Engineer from the Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe.
ZESA better be on the look out because Eskom’s rates are being undercut by the emerging off-grid/grid-tied solar movement.
You can now buy ZESA tokens for your family and friends back home in Zimbabwe through Senditoo.
The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has said in a statement that players in the petroleum sector will now receive e-licenses.
ZESA has announced that there is a technical fault at Hwange Power station causing a limited supply of electricity.
ZESA has in a statement said that the prepaid vending system is going to be down on the 23rd and 24th of January due to a system upgrade.
Econet Subsidiary Distributed Power Africa (DPA) signed a US$8 million distribution deal with Zola Electric’s home solar systems.
ZESA has in a statement announced that prepaid token vending system will be down on New Year’s Eve till late on January 1st 2021.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a US$7 million grant to support the continent’s renewable electricity mini-grid industry.
Same old story…
The ZETDC has announced that ZESA post-paid customers can now pay settle their bills in foreign currency
ZESA has launched a net metering program that will see customers who generate thier own power being able to sell it back to the national grid
New ZESA Tariffs: the national power company has added a new top-end powerband at a marginally lower price than the most recent tariff change.
The ZETDC has in a tweet notified customers in the Harare region that fault reporting numbers are down.
ZESA has quietly changed around the powerbands and tariffs for electricity which sees a cheaper upper and lower band but a more expensive middle band.