Category Archives: Nuclear Energy for Africa

Actually You Can Eat Roads : Is Zambia Being Punished for Friendship with China ?

Actually you can eat roads :
Is Zambia being punished for Friendship with China ?

by PD Lawton   21 September 2021

image: former president, Edgar Chagwa Lungu greeting Chinese civil engineers

Zambia`s former president, Edgar Chagwa Lungu has questioned the results of Zambia`s recent elections held on the 12 … Read the rest

Nuclear Energy Can Eliminate Poverty in Africa

Nuclear Energy Can Eliminate Poverty in Africa

by PD Lawton , 19 September 2021

image: transmission lines. Dailyenergyinsider

Energy poverty sustains poverty because electricity is the foundation of all economic development

Africa suffers from an acute energy deficit. Electricity consumption correlates directly with a nation`s standard of living. Electricity is … Read the rest

Le nucléaire : une part de la réponse à la pénurie d’électricité en Afrique sub-saharienne ?

re posted from                       AFRIQUE DU FUTUR

Le nucléaire : une part de la réponse à la pénurie d’électricité en Afrique sub-saharienne ?

Dans cet article d’opinion, Isabel Bosman, du think tank SAIIA (South African Institute of International Affairs), soutient que, malgré ses écueils, le nucléaire reste une voie à Read the rest

Small nuclear offers a realistic African energy solution

re posted from                           ESI-AFRICA

Op-ed: Small nuclear offers a realistic African energy solution

By Dr Kelvin Kemm, a nuclear physicist and Convenor of the Stratek Nuclear Consortium

Worldwide we have witnessed intense energy discussion over the last couple of years. This has been compounded by a number of significant energy Read the rest

Suluhicho ya itaji ya umeme katika bara la Afrika : The solution to electricity need in Africa

Interview with Dr Kelvin Kemm, South African nuclear physicist, with Swahili translation.
Source: The New African Paradigm

18 June 2021

Dr Kemm explains that Africa needs African solutions for the production of energy on the continent.As he points out nuclear is the cheapest ,cleanest and most reliable source of electricity.It … Read the rest