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Energize Power developments in Africa - July 2020
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Power developments in Africa – July 2020

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There are many exciting activities on the go in Africa’s power sector. Keep up up to date on stories such as the Nigerian undergrid minigrid which provides power to a rural community; how the Covid-19 pandemic has shut down gas exploration in Mozambique; Tanzanians witness an amazing growth in rural electrification; and how the World Bank will improve The Gambia’s electricity supply; and many others.

Click here to read the latest update from the African power sector.

 

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