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Morocco to build world’s largest seawater desalination plant

Morocco to build world’s largest seawater desalination plant 0

🕔14:49, 8.Jan 2018

Morocco will soon be home to the world’s largest renewable energy-run desalination plant for drinking water and irrigation, following the signing of phase one of the €309 million ($352.9 million) project. The project will be developed by Abengoa, an international

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Electricity from Ethiopia’s clean energy

Electricity from Ethiopia’s clean energy 0

🕔14:04, 24.Dec 2017

Ethiopia has commissioned a pilot electricity product project at the US$1.8mn Gilgel Gibe III hydro plant Located on River Omo in south of the country, the Gibe III plant has 10 turbines each with  a  capacity  of  187MW.  According to

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Equipping to expand in Suez

Equipping to expand in Suez 0

🕔14:22, 23.Dec 2017

Supplied by Egyptian dealer Otrac Heavy Equipment, Doosan and Bobcat equipment has played an important role in the intensive construction works that have been undertaken for  the recently  completed  extension  of  the Suez Canal, heralded as an historic achievement that

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Indian investors target Ghana’s factories and dam projects

Indian investors target Ghana’s factories and dam projects 0

🕔14:20, 22.Dec 2017

Indian investors are keen on investing in government’s proposed establishment of  a factory in each of the 216 districts in the country and the construction of irrigation dams in every village in the three northern regions. The Indian High Commissioner

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How SMEs grow Kenya’s economy

How SMEs grow Kenya’s economy 0

🕔14:24, 21.Dec 2017

While Kenya’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) continue to create jobs and boost the country’s GDP, they face challenges that always hamper their growth. Kenya’s 2017  overall  GDP  growth  is projected at 6.4 per cent, with SMEs contributing 3 per

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