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A Glimpse Into Uganda’s Energy Transition Strategy (Part One) COP28 Dubai 1 Top story

Uganda is seeking to accelerate its efforts to reach universal access to clean energy. Today only 57% of Uganda’s population has access to some sort of clean energy or electricity.
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New Report Finds Surge in Critical Minerals Demand UGEITI 2

Among the different minerals, lithium saw the sharpest increase in investment, a jump of 50%, followed by copper and nickel. While the report does not specifically mention Uganda, the country is believed to have these critical minerals in plenty.
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Global Oil Demand To Slow Significantly by 2028 IRENA 1 Top story

The report suggests exploring alternative applications of oil, such as its use in the production of fertilizers and petrochemicals, as a means of mitigating the impact of diminishing demand for transportation fuels.
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Ukraine Crisis Highlights Need for Clean Energy in Africa 1

"The immediate, absolute priority for Africa and the international community is to bring modern and affordable energy to all Africans." -Fatih Birol, IEA Executive Director.
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COVID-19 Crisis Causing Biggest Fall in Global Energy Investments Renewable energy 1

The unparalleled decline is staggering in both its scale and swiftness, with serious potential implications for energy security and clean energy transitions. At the start of 2020, global energy investment was on track for growth of around 2 per cent, which would have been the largest annual rise in spending in six years.
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