Sub-Saharan Africa: Slow progress during pandemic but recovery forecast in 2021


Issue 439 - 27 May 2021

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) was hit hard by the pandemic but there are indications that the region will recover some of the lost ground in 2021. Live Data has already confirmed more than 1.8GW of new capacity has come online this year, although 900MW of this was in South Africa.

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