Can Renewable Energy Light Up Africa?

Electrification rates in Sub-Saharan Africa are the lowest in the world, and many governments in the region are turning to renewable energy as a means of providing the power needed for both economic growth and social development. Countries such as Kenya, Ethiopia, and Ghana have set ambitious targets and are working to adapt cutting-edge green technologies to meet local needs. Could Africa be the next frontier for clean energy generation? This podcast features Georgie Hayden, an analyst with our renewable energy research team, and Amy Cameron, an analyst with our telecommunications team.   

This blog is tagged to:
Sector: Power, Renewables
Geography: Africa, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda
Tags: Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia, South Africa, Ghana, Renewable Energy, Power, Georgina Hayden, Amy Cameron, John Ashbourne

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