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Make sound investment decisions with African Energy’s Industry Reports – a series of comprehensive guides to the risks, realities, opportunities and threats associated with entering Africa’s energy industries.

Produced by our experienced team of Africa and energy sector experts and supported by our network of associates and correspondents across the continent, our reports have helped industry stakeholders including developers, financiers and investors untangle the often complex political, economic and sectoral challenges of African markets.

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Reasons to buy our reports

  • Identify upcoming opportunities and threats
  • Assess a country’s risk profile
  • Understand policy direction and regulatory requirements
  • Benefit from access to independent power generation forecasts based on analysis of the actual project development pipeline – sourced from our industry-leading power database, African Energy Live Data.
  • Know the competitive landscape
  • Understand the political and economic context

Our latest reports

Nigeria Power Report 2021/22

The Nigerian electricity supply industry has been engulfed in a liquidity crisis caused by inadequate infrastructure, lack of fuel supply, and non-cost-reflective tariffs, amongst other debilitating factors.
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South Africa Power Report 2021/22

The challenges facing the South African electricity supply industry have intensified over the past year, with the coronavirus emergency placing a heavy burden on the economy while severe load shedding has been imposed despite a fall in demand.
Read more and watch a video discussion of the outlook for the South African electricity supply industry.

Egypt Power Report 2021

Egypt’s power sector is evolving with extraordinary rapidity and focus has switched forcibly towards renewables.
Read more and watch a video discussion of the issues confronting Egypt's electricity industry.

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If you are focusing on a country not currently covered in our report series, please contact:

Alex Wark
Business development manager
[email protected]
+44 1424 721667