Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya are fast-tracking the ZTK power generation transmission project with technical support from the NEPAD Agency and other institutions.
Following a meeting between the NEPAD Agency CEO Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki and President Mahama of Ghana on the margins of the AU Summit in January this year, the Regional Integration, Infrastructure and Trade Division is undertaking a...
It is a known fact the electricity access rate in Africa is desperately low. An African uses on average 1,000 kilowatts-hour per year, when a European or an American uses between 7,000 and 14,000!
The success of economic development in Africa may hinge on a question of scale—thinking at the regional, rather than the national or continental, level. Ibrahim Mayaki talked with Yale Insights about the organization’s approach.
Africa Renewal’s Franck Kuwonu caught up with NEPAD's CEO at the UN headquarters in New York, where he was attending high-level meetings, to talk about the state of the proposed regional infrastructural projects on the continent.
The Africa Power Vision (APV) articulates a long-term plan for increasing access to reliable and affordable energy using Africa diversified energy resources in a coherent and well- balanced approach consistent with Africa 2063 Agenda. It primarily seeks to drive and rapidly accelerate the implementation of critical energy projects in Africa through the implementing arm of the African Union, the NEPAD Agency.