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This report explains the main barriers to scaling up green mini-grids in Sub Saharan Africa and how developers are overcoming these barriers. It also makes recommendations on how the African Development Bank can support the mini-grid sector.
This paper looks at the different options for scaling up private investment in mini-grids in Africa. It covers the basic principles of mini-grids, including policy and regulatory issues and other support mechanisms. The paper was prepared for the meeting of African Energy Ministers in March 2017.
This report looks at the policy environment for green mini-grids in the following African countries: Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda.