House prices are driving Namibia’s youth out of town
Your own place to call home, with electricity, water, and a clean toilet – that’s not much to ask, right? But even that is out of reach for many in Windhoek. Now a youth movement is saying: enough is enough.
India's 'electric man' baffles scientists by letting 11,000 volts pass through him
This 42-year-old man is dubbed as the "human conductor of electricity" in northern India for his ability to withstand 11,000 volts passing through his body.
Wind power boosts energy supply in Tanzania
Tamimu Kifungu is a young innovator who wants to solve Tanzania's energy problem with renewables. He is part of a group of self-taught engineers that are designing windmills to generate electricity and pump water.
Germany: Renewables overtake coal as main power source
Germans broke new ground in 2018 by receiving more electricity from "green" energy sources than from coal power plants, a new study said. But experts warn that Berlin could still miss its energy goals for 2030.
Let there be light: Solar lamps help power Burkina Faso
More than one billion people worldwide still have no access to electricity. This lack of power continues to slams the breaks on development, particularly across Africa. In Burkina Faso, though, solar lamps are offering an all-important ray of light at the end of the tunnel.
Fashola rejects electricity tariff increase based on inaccurate consumption data
Federal Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola has rejected the planned electricity tariff increase based on inaccurate consumption data.
S.Africa grapples with past as protest violence flares
South Africa has seen an explosion of anger in recent weeks -- with township residents burning tyres and attacking police over a lack of employment, shortages of electricity and water, as well as sub-standard education and healthcare.