Mauritius remains among the Sub-Saharan Africa region’s most business-friendly countries, with solid economic policies and prudent banking practices, suitable for both domestic and foreign entrepreneurs and investors
The Mauritian legal system is a composite system of laws which blends both the French civil law and the British common law practices, characterized by
Cameroon is located in Central Africa. It shares borders with Nigeria, a country spotlight that already exists through our Africa Investment guides
Ghana as an investment destination following Centurion Law’s new country focus Africa investment guide
Ghana is a leading destination for foreign investment in West Africa. Not only does it identify as an increasingly stable governance, but is also the fastest growing economy in the world, according to the World Bank (2020).
Green hydrogen is defined as hydrogen created through the use of renewable energy to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. This is a completely different path from both the grey and the blue.
As tensions between Russia and the United States over Ukraine continue to rise, various scenarios for the near future are being considered and tested. Germany may have to consider a slower exodus from coal-
Carbon pricing is an effective policy instrument for accelerating the transition to renewable energy. By internalizing the social cost of greenhouse gas emissions, carbon pricing
On 1 January 2021, free trading officially commenced under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). This was a much-celebrated milestone not only for African unity but for African trade.
Husk Power Systems Signs the United Nations Energy Compact as the Process Gets Underway — Expansion of Solar-powered Mini-grids in Africa
Husk Power Systems, a leading clean energy company that has been at the forefront of rural electrification since 2008, has signed a voluntary agreement with the UN to expand the clean energy market in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia
On 01 February 2022, Total Energies EP Uganda, CNOOC Uganda Limited, the Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC), and the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) announced the Final Investment Decision on the Lake Albert Development.