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Renewable energy in Africa has positive implications




Enel Green Power is shunting more of its investments away from Italy and Spain to emerging economies. The company recently won projects aimed at supplying 513 MW of solar and wind energy in a third round of bidding in South Africa and only want to develop and grow further.

For the two upcoming tenders, the company will participate with wind and solar power projects. It’s rather evident that the population growth in Africa is a spur to energy demand and countries in the continent abundant wind and sun.

SO how involved is Africa in renewable energy practises?

After some research I came up with the following information to share with you all. Africa and the countries that comprise this

AFRICNA RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGES:

· Poverty reduction;

· Promotion of economic growth;

· Communication technologies;

· education, industrialization, agricultural improvement;

· expansion of municipal water systems;

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