Renewable Energy In Somalia
Business & Governance, Political Conflict

Powering Progress: The Potential Of Renewable Energy In Somalia

Author(s): Jami Nelson Nuñez
Date: March 4, 2015
Publication Type: Discussion Paper
Research Topics: Political Conflict, Business & Governance

Overview:

This report describes the evolving landscape of energy in the country and outlines the burden of limited electricity services and extremely high tariffs on households, businesses, and the environment.

Key Findings:

  • Affordable access to electricity is a critical issue for economic growth and stability in Somalia.

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