Libyan utility Gecol pulls itself together, bucking the trend of national disunity


Issue 449 - 05 Nov 2021 - By John Hamilton

Hard work to restore the electricity supply industry via grid and plant maintenance, and the expected completion of three new gas-fired plants near the main coastal population centres, has raised the prospect of an end to a decade-long energy crisis. African Energy’s analysis of recent project developments offers a rare positive message from a still highly unstable Libya, writes John Hamilton.

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