• Focus Area -
  • Type Workshop brief
  • Date 1 January 2018


Energy demand in the economies of Eastern Africa is among the lowest in the world and represents only a small outlet for the large natural gas resource that has been discovered. Despite its important potential, renewables (with the exception of hydropower) face a long road prior to making any significant penetration in the region. Consequently, if cost competitive, natural gas represents a viable energy source that has the potential to meet the growing population’s needs while mitigating its carbon footprint.

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