Independent Power Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa - Lessons from Five Key Countries - World Bank


The analysis is based primarily on in-depth case studies carried out in five countries—Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda—that have the most extensive experience with IPPs. An unprecedented body of data has been collected and analyzed. This report highlights not only the challenges that policy makers are facing but also the underlying factors that contributed to healthy investment climates. Ultimately, the report is intended to offer references, options, and tools that may help African countries achieve scaled-up and sustainable power sector investment for the benefit of their people and their economies as a whole.

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