Renewables projects struggle to make progress on weak grids

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Issue 473 - 24 Nov 2022 - By Marc Howard | 4 minute read

Additions of renewable power generating capacity are proceeding more slowly than expected in markets with weak grids, such as Nigeria and Malawi. In response, developers are assessing potential solutions including increased baseload capacity and ancillary services agreements.

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