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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.
Issue 473 - 24 November 2022
Almost 50% of respondents to an African Energy survey said the certification of carbon or renewable credits is too costly or time-intensive.
New data shows African wind power capacity could rise from 7,532MW at end-2021 to an estimated 16,524MW by 2025.
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Solar photovoltaic (PV) generation is rapidly growing as a source for Africa’s C&I sector, according to trends identified by African Energy Live Data.
A net 5,733MW was added to the continent’s grid during 2021, the lowest figure since 2012.