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Macron makes renewable energy push in power-starved Africa
by Marine Pennetier
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29 November 2017
On 29 November 2017 Reuters reported:
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday inaugurated West Africa's largest solar energy plant in Burkina Faso and pushed for French companies to be the preferred partners to develop future renewable power projects on the continent. Across sub-Saharan Africa, more than 600 million people live without electricity.
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The region [sub-Saharan Africa], with a population of around 1 billion, has an installed power capacity of 122 GW, according to the IEA. That's roughly equivalent to Spain, whose population is 46 million.
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