Jon Marks and David Slater of Africa Energy review the state of the continent’s energy market using live data from over 5,300 projects on the company’s database
First the good news. Analysis of the 5,300-plus operating, under- construction and planned generation plants now recorded by African Energy Live Data shows installed capacity on the continent will increase by almost 50% from 2018 to 2022, should all announced commercial operations dates be met. The majority of the growth will come from gas and liquid fuel-fired projects, but investment in renewable energy (RE) is increasing quickly.
Click here to read the full article from the Africa Energy Yearbook 2018