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14:30
14:30

Stop EACOP Shifts Campaign to Chinese Banks fossil fuel 1 Top story

The latest move by the international and their local stop EACOP campaigners comes after they successfully fought off Western banks and insurance firms from funding the project.
18:17
18:17

A Race Against Time: Economist Urges Uganda To Fasttrack Oil and Gas energy transition 2 1 Top story

Edward Sennoga, Second Lead Economist for the AfDB’s East African office said there is an opportunity for Uganda to earn from its newly found oil but time was running out.
10:13
10:13

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.
11:08
11:08

Electric Car Sales Expected To Leap 35% in 2023 electric cars 1 Top story

The overwhelming majority of electric car sales to date are mainly concentrated in three markets – China, Europe, and the United States. While in Africa, two or three-wheel cycles are being deployed. China is the frontrunner, with 60% of global electric car sales taking place there in 2022.
08:19
08:19

Cost Of Capital Impedes Clean Energy to Developing Countries-IEA Report 1

According to the observatory, one of the key barriers is a high cost of capital, reflecting some real and perceived risks about investment in these economies.
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