African Power Platform publishes Reports on Power Sector Framework for selected African Countries

With the reports, professionals can know more about the Power Sector of selected countries of Africa: Algeria,
Angola, Botswana, Cape Verde, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda
and Zambia.

Nairobi, Kenya (January 22, 2020) – The purpose of the reports is to communicate relevant information on
the Power Sector in selected countries of Africa.

In those reports, it is possible to see information about country profiles, economy data, power sector
stakeholders, organization, policy framework, key figures, feed-in-tariff for renewables, renewable energy
target, graph of demand and supply, steps for power project and licenses for power generation.

“The APP has assigned a considerable effort on compiling the reports now published and made available to our
members, as a tool to help them on decision making to enter new markets and to help them on the always
cumbersome process of project development.” said the APP Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Jorge Lascas.

The African Power Platform aims to connect private and government stakeholders in Africa’s power sector.
The platform helps circulate and propagate tenders, intelligence and business opportunities to its members.
Developers, power producers, ministries, utilities, regulators, financiers, and other like-minded individuals can
join APP to share possible solutions and ideas on how to solve Africa’s lack of electricity.

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