COP27: What is standing in the way of African renewables?

Overestimated risk and inadequate policy framework are holding back investors and the necessary scale-up of African renewables, according to industry experts at the COP27 climate summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

by Hannah Holt
Despite its huge wind potential and ambitious targets, the African continent only makes up approximately 1% of global installed capacity (pic credit: Lekela)
Despite its huge wind potential and ambitious targets, the African continent only makes up approximately 1% of global installed capacity (pic credit: Lekela)

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