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Posted On September 23, 2019By guidoIn SLIDER-

Alpha Condé: how I changed Guinea

by Guido Talarico Conakry – Guinea’s future in the run-up to the 2020 elections depends on understanding what has been done since 2011 and what needs to be done to consolidate the results achieved. In this exclusive video interview, President Alpha Condé reconstructs in detail the work done in these two presidential terms. An important testimony because it represents the balance of eight years of activity and the essence of the talks that President Condé had on his international tour that led him in recent days to meetings with the President of theRead More

Posted On September 23, 2019By guidoIn SLIDER-

Alpha Condé: how I changed Guinea

by Guido Talarico Conakry – Guinea’s future in the run-up to the 2020 elections depends on understanding what has been done since 2011 and what needs to be done to consolidate the results achieved. In this exclusive video interview, President Alpha Condé reconstructs in detail the work done in these two presidential terms. An important testimony because it represents the balance of eight years of activity and the essence of the talks that President Condé had on his international tour that led him in recent days to meetings with theRead More

Posted On September 13, 2019By guidoIn SLIDER-

Guinea: President Alpha Condè speaks to the nation

We publish in advance the full speech to the Nation by the President of Guinea, Professor Alpha Condè, on the results obtained, on the need for changes still to be made, on the next challenges that the country will have to face. Guinean Women and Men, My dear compatriots,Since my election to the office of the President, my only concern has been the interest of Guinea and Guineans. This commitment to our dear country, as everyone knows, is an integral part of my personal history. Throughout my life, whether duringRead More

Posted On September 13, 2019By guidoIn SLIDER-

Guinea: President Alpha Condè speaks to the nation

We publish in advance the full speech to the Nation by the President of Guinea, Professor Alpha Condè, on the results obtained, on the need for changes still to be made, on the next challenges that the country will have to face. Guinean Women and Men, My dear compatriots,Since my election to the office of the President, my only concern has been the interest of Guinea and Guineans. This commitment to our dear country, as everyone knows, is an integral part of my personal history. Throughout my life, whether duringRead More
By Michael Crowe –  Addis Ababa. “In July we return here in Addis Ababa to sign the contract”, with these words Antonello Cammisecra, CEO of Enel Green Power (EGP), the Italian company world leader in the renewable energy sector, commented on the meeting held with the Ethiopian authorities in order to define the “financial closing” relating to the tender for the development, construction and operation of a 100 MW power plant to be built in Metehara, a town located 200 km east of the capital. What Cammisecra did not sayRead More

Posted On March 20, 2019By guidoIn SLIDER-

La Scala and Aramco, an italian farce

  By Guido Talarico The unworthy political quarrels in Milan in recent days have perhaps definitively compromised the entry of Aramco, the Saudi oil company among the largest in the world, in the Teatro della Scala. A farce that has caused three consequences: 1) the loss of 15 million sponsorships; 2) the probable cancellation of a well-paid collaboration for the creation of an opera school in Riyadh; 3) the probable laying of a tombstone on future cultural and commercial collaborations between Saudi Arabia and Italy. Collaborations on which our embassyRead More
By Ismail Omar Ahmed Regrettably in the past several decades Somalia was turned into an experimental lab where foreign imported ideas were implemented. The country was forced to adapt a dysfunctional federal system that has created more bureaucracy, increased political disunity and less efficiency in the government system. The political disunity has resulted in loopholes that threatens the rule of the law and the execution of the government’s day-to-day activities. The spoilers inside and outside of the country use leaders of federal member states or MP’s to derail the FederalRead More

Posted On December 26, 2018By guidoIn SLIDER-

The press should apologize to Eritrea

by Guido Talarico (IQDMedias) – The international press should apologize to Eritrea. It should do so because for decades it was the instrument of negative propaganda by the United States (and supported by Europe) for the sole purpose of making the Ethiopian ally happy. Propaganda with hegemonic purposes failed only for the resistance qualities of the Eritrean people. In fact, with distorted use of the media over the years, Eritrea has been isolated, painted as a rogue state, and consequently making sanctions imposed by the International Commission for Human Rights.Read More
ENEL GREEN POWER AND NAREVA SIGN ALL FINANCING AGREEMENTS TO START CONSTRUCTION OF 180 MW MIDELT WIND FARM IN MOROCCO   The Midelt wind farm is part of the 850 MW Projet Éolien Intégré                                                                                                                                               Rome and Rabat, November 5th, 2018 – The Moroccan utility ONEE (Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable), the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (“MASEN”) and Midelt Wind Farm SA, a vehicle company owned by ONEE itself and by a consortium formed by Enel Green Power (“EGP”) and the Moroccan leading independent power producerRead More

Posted On November 23, 2018By guidoIn SLIDER-

Enel plans to increase “green” power

Italy’s Enel Group plans to increase the installed capacity of its power plants operating on the basis of renewable energy sources (RES) to 48.4 GW by 2021, which is 23% up compared to the end of 2018. This is according to the Group’s 2019-2021 Strategic Plan which was presented to the financial markets and media on Tuesday by CEO Francesco Starace (Photo). By 2021, production of “green” electricity should grow by 32% to 132 GW/h up from about 100 GW/h expected in 2018. The capacity of the Group’s wind powerRead More