Premium Industrial NewsAfrica Turns to Regional Interconnection Projects to Boost Energy Access
Africa Turns to Regional Interconnection Projects to Boost Energy Access
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Attachment: Africa T&D 0921
NEW DELHI--September 14, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Energy reliability remains a challenge to Africa's socioeconomic progress. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), more than 500 million people across the continent do not have access to electricity. The Sub-Saharan region is the most negatively affected, plagued with old and obsolete power networks and mired by insufficient financing for infrastructure. Countries in northern African generally are in a better position.
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