Smart Governments And Energy Entrepreneurs Can Lift Africa Out Of Its Energy Woes: Here’s How

Energy start-ups in Africa are all the rage today. But the few success stories shouldnt overshadow the fact that being an energy entrepreneur is a lot tougher than it seems – and providing energy is actually the state’s job

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Power Shortages Hold Africa Back In Unlikely Ways, But There Is Hope In The Good Old Sun

It takes the average Tanzanian eight years to consume as much electricity as an American uses in one month; a kettle boiled twice a day by a family in Britain uses five times as much electricity as a Malian uses in a year