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Developing Countries Emerge As Sustainable Energy Leaders, But Sub-Saharan Africa Lags Well Behind

Original story at CleanTechnica• 3 mentions • 1 week ago

CleanTechnica 1 week ago

February 16th, 2017 by Joshua S HillA number of developing countries have been identified as leaders in sustainable energy, according to a new analysis by the World Bank, but there is nevertheless still tremendous room for improvement across the globe, and especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, which currently ranks as the least electrified continent on the planet. These are the key findings from a new report published by the World Bank, entitled RISE (Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy), which is a product of the Sustainable Energy for ALL (SEforALL) initiative’s Knowledge Hub, itself a product of the commitment made by nations ...
 
 
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