Huge U.S. Gas Project to Power and Light Up Sub-Saharan Africa
U.S. companies will invest U.S.$175 billion in gas power projects which will benefit Tanzania, Kenya, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Angola, Mozambique and South Africa. These countries were selected because of their large populations, high GDP and either because they have local gas resources or are planning liquefied natural gas import projects.
East African, 25 July 2018
Kenya and Tanzania are among nine African countries set to benefit from an ambitious US-led initiative to invest in gas-powered power plants. Read more »
Electricity powerlines (file photo).
Citizen, 26 July 2018
Tanzania is set to benefit from an ambitious US-led initiative to invest in gas-powered power plants in Africa. Read more »
Africa: Power Africa - a 2017 Update
USAID, 4 December 2017
Power Africa is a U.S. Government-led partnership coordinated by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Launched in June 2013, Power Africa brings together the… Read more »