Africa’s Clean Energy Surge: A Beacon of Hope in Declining Foreign Investments

Despite a slight decline in overall foreign investment flows to Africa in 2023, the continent’s clean energy sector has seen a remarkable surge, attracting significant global interest. Noteworthy investments include a $34 billion green hydrogen project in Mauritania and over $10 billion for wind and solar projects in Egypt, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. These developments highlight Africa’s growing commitment to sustainability and its potential to lead in renewable energy, driving economic growth and environmental progress.

Atlantic Lithium Makes History on Ghana Stock Exchange

On May 13th, 2024, Atlantic Lithium made history by becoming the first lithium-focused company to trade on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) under the ticker “ALLGH.” This milestone marks the beginning of Ghana’s first lithium mine, the Ewoyaa Lithium Project, which is set to produce 365,000 tonnes of spodumene concentrate annually. The listing offers Ghanaians a unique investment opportunity and signifies a major step in the country’s economic and green energy transition efforts.