CIF: $1.1bn for clean technology


Issue 174 - 13 Nov 2009 | 2 minute read
Africa's efforts to invest in clean energy have been given a boost with six countries to receive $1.1bn in new financing. Mozambique, Niger and Zambia will each receive up to $50m-70m under the World Bank's Climate Investment Fund (CIF) initiative.

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