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African Water-Power Interdependence: Market Risks and Opportunities

30 April 2013
Market Insight

Takeaways

  • Water stress and a heavy reliance on local fossil fuel resources will reshape African utilities power generation strategies
  • The African power demand landscape is bifurcated between the connected and those markets that plan to be connected
  • Bluefield identifies 11 markets from a pool 25 water-stressed African countries where an acute water-power interdependence presents significant risks opportunities for future power build-out and economic growth

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