Ugesi drives solar uptake in homes

The growing demand for alternative power sources has led to the emergence of many solar system installers, with a proliferation of low-grade inverter and battery systems.
By Staff Reporter 20m ago

Zim govt must not sleep on the wheel

Where logistics are poor, economic growth will be slow, and social services will be affected. Surely, this is not what Zimbabwe wants for now.

Zera shuts down garages amid fuel contamination scandal

It said those netted were either operating without valid Zera licences or charging above regulator prescribed prices.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga 1h ago

Zera bemoans low IPPs success rate

The country has more than 100 IPPs with a cumulative capacity of 8 000 megawatts (MW) potential capacity installation.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Sep. 24, 2023

Invictus kick-starts drilling at Mukuyu 2

 It will test the primary target interval, the Triassic Upper Angwa formation, sitting approximately 450 metres updip from Mukuyu-1 where hydrocarbons were intersected.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 21, 2023

NJ Ayuk Chimes in on Principles and Energy Policy

NJ Ayuk, during a fireside chat at the prestigious Jesus College, University of Cambridge, shares hopes for the future of the African energy space.
By Newsday Sep. 20, 2023

Invictus completes rig mobilisation at Mukuyu 2

Invictus and the contractor are completing the last inspections and preparations of third-party equipment at their separate supply bases in the coming days.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 5, 2023

People versus profits: How NJ ayuk balances it all

NJ Ayuk, executive chairman of the African Energy Chamber, uses his deep expertise in law, energy, and his home continent to advance his mission of energy equity.
By Newsday Aug. 26, 2023

Invictus inches closer to start drilling operation

“Following spud, the campaign is expected to take 50-60 days and reach a planned total depth of approximately 3 700 metres,” he said.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Aug. 25, 2023