World Bank Approves Fund For Renewable Energy in West Africa

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The World Bank has approved $311m to increase grid-connected renewable energy capacity for West Africa.

According to the World Bank, existing and prospective electricity in Chad, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Togo would benefit from the new Regional Emergency Solar Power Intervention Project.

It added that the new project includes a $20m grant to help facilitate future regional power trade and strengthen the institutional and technical capacities of the West Africa Power Pool.

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