Read about African clean energy in the upcoming African Energy Series Special Report: Africa Renewables 2020 – the leading investor resource for understanding the scale of the continent’s renewable potential. Download other AES Special Reports here.
Across the continent, African countries are doubling down on investments in scalable renewable energy, capitalizing on raw resource potential and buttressed by government-led initiatives to promote clean energy use. Large-scale renewable projects not only target enhanced economic development with widespread access to electricity, but also regional power industries that can compete in the global arena. Countries including South Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Senegal, Kenya and Ethiopia are leading the pack when it comes to a high degree of renewable penetration within their respective domestic energy mix.