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Press Releases from Bricsa Consulting Pvt Ltd (5 total)

2nd Annual Power Tech Africa

In a region like sub-Saharan Africa where, 600 million people lack access to electricity, clean renewable energy has the potential to greatly boost the quality of life, economic development as well as environmental sustainability. Various developing nations are investing in renewable energy. Global investment in renewable has hit $285.9 billion in 2015, but more remains to be done to satisfy the needs of the ever growing population. Kenya with its robust

Understanding challenges and opportunities of Power Technology Sector in Kenya

Kenya’s economy has been growing consistently at the rate of 5.1% over the past 10 years. Inspite of this fact, power sector of the country is facing several hindrances in fulfilling the power generation needs which in turn is impacting the country’s economy and investing opportunities for other countries. To understand the challenges and prospects in power sector of Kenya, Bricsa Consulting in association with Kenya Renewable Energy Association, Alliance

Making Affordable Housing Affordable

In response to the growing need for affordable housing and development, land laws and regulations have been reformed to create favorable conditions for real-estate developers to enter the southeast housing development market. By significantly lowering and fixing interest rates below prevailing market rate, the 30 trillion stimulus package introduced by the Vietnamese government improved affordability to middle income households, albeit at a high cost to government. To explore these growing

South Asia Transport – Insights from the Metro Rail Industry

With 8 operational metro rail projects and 50+ projects in pipeline, India aims to be at par with other developed nations’ public transport system. The government has approved the proposal to invest US$ 74 billion for the progress of urban transportation services. These expansions in the Indian high speed railways are a red carpet welcome for businesses from across the globe. The 4th Annual South Asia Transport Infrastructure Conference 2016, to

Malaysia ready for next gen transport upgrade

Current investment plans of RM160b on railways by the Malaysian Government, is a clear indication of positive expansion of the railway infrastructure to begin sometime this year. As the two governments, Malaysia and Singapore, are going ahead with the proposed KL-Singapore high speed rail project, this will change the dynamics of transportation for betterment within the region and reduce travel time to a great extent for passengers. Supported by the by