Berlin students take on the energy planning of their schools
A project involving 10,000 students in the city's Pankow district is teaching kids how to manage and redesign the energy consumption of their schools.
Oil's drop in 2018 Still haunts investors, energy aspects' Mallinson says
Oil is near its highest level this year after OPEC and its partners committed to continue production cuts until at least June, when they will meet to discuss an extension.
Natural gas slides as brutal cold grips U.S. Midwest
In "Futures In Focus," Alan Knuckman of Agora Financial examines the impact of bitter cold U.S. weather on energy markets.
May's Brexit deal 'Still the best way' to leave EU, U.K.'s Clark says
U.K. Secretary of State for Business, Energy, & Industrial Strategy Greg Clark discusses U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal and the downsides of a second Brexit referendum.
How solar energy is lighting up Kenya's future
From charging mobile phones to supplying energy for factories, one new company is exploring the potential of solar energy in Kenya and throughout East Africa.
Assessing the investment risk in Nigeria’s energy sector
Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo says the country will require one trillion dollars to modernise its energy infrastructure in 29 years. Oyeyemi Oke, Partner at A02 Law joins CNBC Africa to assess the investment risk in Nigeria’s energy sector.
Nigerian operators slam tariff hike on solar panels call for govt intervention
Operators in Nigeria’s energy space are clamoring for government's intervention on tariff hikes for solar panel importation. Segun Adaju, President of the Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss the details and its implication on Nigeria’s bid to improve its energy mix.
Russia echoes Saudi view for OPEC hike
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told Bloomberg Television on Saturday that OPEC+ production hike will be close to one million barrels per day, echoing the Saudi view.
Saudi oil chief faces toughest test at OPEC meeting this week
Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih may face his toughest test this week when the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries holds what’s likely to be its most difficult meeting in years.