2 June, London: Joule Africa, the international energy developer behind Cameroon’s proposed 607MW Kpep hydroelectric project, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Cameroon to develop 100MW of new solar PV facilities. The MoU was signed at the first ever UK-Cameroon Trade and Investment Forum, held 7 – 9 May in London and led by His Excellency Prime Minister Philemon Yang.
Freetown, Sierra Leone – 18 November 2013 – Endeavor Energy, a privately owned independent power development and generation company, today announced that it has entered into a joint development agreement (JDA) with international power developer Joule Africa.
As part of the agreement the two companies will work together to develop and construct…
Energy is an essential requirement for the continued growth of any economy. However, in sub-Saharan Africa, 70% of the population has no access to electricity, as detailed in the Africa
section of our website. Joule Africa is dedicated to combatting this barrier to economic advancement by developing key energy assets in…
The African continent is home to one sixth of the world's population, however currently it only generates 4% of the world's energy – the majority of which is used by South Africa and Egypt. A staggering 70% of the 800 million people living in sub-Saharan Africa are still without access to electricity. Meanwhile, industrial energy demand is…