For gas to be profitable there is a need for good infrastructure — roads, ports and airports, as well as pipelines and storage. “Mozambique has gas but doesn’t have the infrastructure needed to consume it,” an energy expert pointed out
Ahead of the Paris climate negotiations, this year’s Africa Progress Report will focus on Africa’s response to climate change, measures to improve energy efficiency and access to energy too, and on boosting agriculture.
Banking competition, mobile technology, and other financial products can all be used to help Africa fund new capacity for power generation and other critical infrastructure, senior banking and financial experts said at a meeting on Friday.
APP Panel member, HE Olusegun Obasanjo, and Deputy Director, Max Bankole Jarrett, both attended the recent Annual Leadership Symposium of the Pan-African Civil Society organization Africa 2.0 in Accra.