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Power capacity additions slump in 2020 amid coronavirus pandemic


Issue 439 - 27 May 2021

Sub-Saharan Africa has been worst hit as the Covid-19 pandemic emergency contributed to a major slowdown in new generation capacity, but analysis of projects recorded by African Energy Live Data suggests that long-running issues around financing and the slow pace of reforms have played their part in the downturn.

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