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  • August 21, 2014
    ClimateProgress

    This need for electricity has prompted investment from other countries — in 2013, President Obama announced the Power Africa plan, which aims to double electricity access in Sub-Saharan Africa and includes a $7 billion pledge from the United States.

  • August 19, 2014
    This Day Live

    NERC noted that the health and safety code was developed in collaboration with a renowned United States consulting firm, Princeton Energy Resources International (PERI), through a special grant from the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA).

  • August 12, 2014
    New Era

    US Trade and Development Agency for instance has agreed to partner with South Africa’s Air Traffic and Navigation Services Company of to evaluate satellite-based automatic dependent surveillance broadcast across the African continent, the implementation of which will improve air traffic safety and create over N$1 billion in U.S. export opportunities.

  • August 11, 2014
    AFKInsider

    But during the Summit, OPIC also announced the second round of funding worth $10 million for the Africa Clean Energy Finance Initiative,a partnership launched two years ago by OPIC, the State Department, and U.S. Trade and Development Agency to provide early-stage funding to leverage larger private sector investment in clean energy projects across all of Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • August 05, 2014
    Daily Independent

    It also announced that the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) had reaffirmed its plan to have local representation in Nigeria for the first time.

  • August 05, 2014
    Diaspora Messenger News Media

    Obama has committed to the Power Africa Initiative to double access to energy across the continent and a Water Treatment and Energy Recovery facility in Kariobangi, Nairobi, is among the beneficiaries. The project seeks to expand and modernise the Kariobangi waste water treatment facility.