Moyi Power signs for three DR Congo mini-grids


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Issue 440 - 10 Jun 2021 - By Dan Marks | 6 minute read

Concession agreements have been signed for Democratic Republic of Congo’s Essor programme, which are expected to facilitate $100m of investment into remote grids. The approach has been mooted as a more sustainable way to promote isolated grids and more concessions could be on the way, writes Dan Marks.

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