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Africa bets on solar mini grids to fix electricity access gap
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24 November 2022
On 24 November 2022 The Citizen reported:
Solar-powered mini-grids could be the key to connecting 265 million people across Africa to electricity by 2030. Twenty-one low-income countries have been earmarked as beneficiaries of the Africa Minigrids Programme.
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Funded by the Global Environment Facility, the Africa Minigrids Programme will work with the United Nations Development Programme, African Development Bank, and national governments to install mini-grids powered by solar batteries in remote parts of the continent.
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