Investors revive interest in large African hydropower projects


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Issue 463 - 28 Jun 2022 | 4 minute read

It is more than a whisper: international institutions and private equity (PE) investors are again exploring major hydroelectric power (HEP) deals, after years during which environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns made big dams a problematic issue for development finance institutions (DFI) and other potential investors.

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Hydropower Data Insights Report 2010–25

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