African clean-energy projects showcased to investors


“Potential investors were given exposure to ten small-scale African clean-energy projects, representing a potential combined investment value of $297-million, at an event held in Johannesburg this week.

The gathering, known as the Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing, or Africef, was hosted by the Climate Technology Initiative’s Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI PFAN), a global multilateral initiative designed to connect clean energy project developers with investors and financiers.

The projects showcased included biofuels developments, as well as solar, biogas and waste-to-energy initiatives that were being promoted by entrepreneurs from Botswana, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda and Zimbabwe.”

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