Wind Energy Growth in Africa

Modern onshore wind turbines—some of which stand more than 160 meters tall—are a common sight in many countries, supplying electricity to tens of millions of households while also providing employment for millions of people.

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Centurion Law Group at Finnovex East Africa

On 20 April – 21 April 2022, following the recently concluded Finnovex East Africa conference, attended by Caitlin Naidoo, our IT & FinTech Practice Coordinator, she shares her insight on the state of IT and FinTech in Africa.

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India’s Clean Energy Transition

India’s climate change targets are commendable, and they place the onus squarely on the already wealthy nations to demonstrate that they are serious about combating climate change.

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Green Hydrogen Is Fast Becoming a Major Hit in the Middle East

Following the announcement by the country’s Energy Minister Suhail Al-Mazrouei, in November 2021, the United Arab Emirates began construction on the first green hydrogen plant in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates has announced plans to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and has stated that it will oversee investments in renewable energy totaling 600 billion dirhams ($163 billion).

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Blockchain Technologies: The Effects of Cryptocurrency on Carbon Footprint

In the wake of China’s crackdown on Bitcoin mining, which culminated in a complete ban in September, an exodus of Bitcoin producers seeking new homes was unleashed. In the Nordic countries, many people flocked to green energy sources, while others turned to coal and natural gas in countries such as Kazakhstan, Iran, Kosovo, and the tiny Republic of Abkhazia.

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