Guinea’s post-coup government looks to miners to help fund electricity sector expansion

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Issue 449 - 01 Nov 2021 - By David Slater | 7 minute read

Despite a five-fold increase in installed capacity over the past decade Guinea’s electricity supply industry will need huge investment to keep pace with growing demand, unlock stranded generation and increase low levels of access. The government is turning to mining companies to help finance this expansion, writes David Slater.

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