Why Energy Poverty Is Holding Africa Back And What to Do About It

Nigerians like to use humor to make sense of frequent power outages. They turned the formerly National Electric Power Authority (NEPA), the parastatal that ran the nation’s grid, to “Never Expect Power Always.”

Why Energy Poverty Is Holding Africa Back And What to Do About It
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