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'Early-stage financing' needed to scale up clean energy in Africa, says IEA

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The IEA report estimates that it will cost about $25bn a year by 2030 to bring clean energy access to all African households (Photo: Medialensking/Envato)

Concurring crises affecting many emerging economies have left a gap in funding to develop Africa’s green energy sources, which can be filled with the support of concessional and blended finance. A new report from the International Energy Agency and the African Development Bank is calling for the use of new ...

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