New dams in Africa could add risk to power supplies down the line

New dams in Africa could add risk to power supplies down the line

Large hydropower dams planned for parts of Africa could double its current capacity. But several factors like climate conditions around the dams could put the security of electricity supply at (...)
11 janvier 2018
 Declan Conway, Professorial Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science

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