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Sub-Saharan Africa has had series of power shortages that have not helped many countries in the continent to explore the economic gains that come with sufficient use of electricity. Couple of literature have suggested that African countries had failed to meet international targets set purposefully to address the energy deficiency. On comparative terms, Ghana and Kenya have been crippled with shortfall in energy generation thus both sought to look for an alternative. Kenya and Ghana resulted to use the renewable energy as both made a conscious effort in terms of policies to employ the use of…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Sub-Saharan Africa has had series of power shortages that have not helped many countries in the continent to explore the economic gains that come with sufficient use of electricity. Couple of literature have suggested that African countries had failed to meet international targets set purposefully to address the energy deficiency. On comparative terms, Ghana and Kenya have been crippled with shortfall in energy generation thus both sought to look for an alternative. Kenya and Ghana resulted to use the renewable energy as both made a conscious effort in terms of policies to employ the use of solar to salvage the energy problems. In this book, a conscious attempt is made to compare how both countries have been able to deploy the use of renewable energy especially with solar PV installations by looking at the policies guiding the implementation of renewable energy projects.
Autorenporträt
Hon. Frank Annoh-Dompreh (Bsc. Agric. and LLB.) is the MP for the Nsawam-Adoagyiri Constituency in the Republic of Ghana. He served as President for the National Union of Ghana Students and President for the National Service Personnel Association for the New Juaben Municipality. He holds a MSc. in Environmental Policy and a Msc. in Climate Change.