Members of the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) gave their full support this week to helping Africa achieve its target of 300GW of power from renewable energy by 2030, suggesting that it could be the ‘game changer’ that unlocks Africa’s energy potential and drives economic growth.
Published today, the Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2014 report shows that over $74bn was committed in 2014 to the development of Africa's infrastructure, and that disbursements by ICA members reached a record level of $13bn.
More than two-thirds of the population of sub-Saharan Africa is without electricity, and more than 85 percent of those living in rural areas lack access. Today the United States of America announced...
Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA) a été nommés par le Consortium pour les infrastructures en Afrique (ICA) pour procéder à une évaluation des facilités de préparation de projets pour les infrastructures en Afrique.