Video: Coronavirus’ (COVID-19) impact on Africa’s power and renewable sector
Our experts virtually discuss what's happening in Sub-Saharan Africa amid coronavirus (COVID-19), and what it may mean for the power sector investment in the region. Watch part one:
Our experts discuss how COVID-19 impacts power demand and supply in Sub-Saharan Africa. Watch part two:
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Anna Shpitsberg is a director of global power and
renewables for IHS Markit.
Natznet Tesfay is executive director for research and analysis in Economics and Country risk at IHS Markit.
Silvia Macri is a Senior Research Analyst with the energy global power and renewables group at IHS Markit.
Thea Fourie is the Team Lead for Sub-Saharan Africa in Economics at IHS Markit.
Posted 14 May 2020
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