What's next for serial entrepreneurs Lyndon and Peter Rive.
By overlooking socioeconomic factors, we limit the potential for transformation.
Entrepreneurs are increasingly investing in clean minigrids to cover unreliable utility services.
The demand from grain mills, water pumping, health clinics, barbershops and countless other businesses is there.
The continent's most populated nation is motivated to think differently in light of a significant economic slowdown.
The urgency of the continent's crisis is inspiring a bold new network of organizations, called AfriAlliance, working on new approaches to conservation and recycling.
The SDGs still face a big challenge: providing universal access to modern energy services and doubling energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Governments in Tanzania, Rwanda and Sierra Leone are studying "minigrids" enabled by solar and battery advances. But generating costs must become much more competitive for them to become truly viable.
We look to Morocco's success story for lessons on getting clean energy to 600 million people in Africa.
Local residents of North Africa's Maghreb region employ traditional water conservation techniques as desert oases disappear.