Premium Industrial NewsAfrica's Chemical Producers to Spend More than $1 Billion on Captive Power
Africa's Chemical Producers to Spend More than $1 Billion on Captive Power
Industry Segment: Chemical Processing | Word Count: 184 Words
NEW DELHI--December 29, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Across Africa, industrial facilities are using self-generated energy to avoid tapping into the highly unreliable power grid. Regular power disruptions have proven costly for many of the continent's factories. The chemical and pharmaceuticals industries, which are among the largest consumers of power in Africa, are making increasing use of captive power plants (CPP).
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