Analysis of the Large-scale Power Rental Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

A Promising Economic Outlook is Set to Fuel Projects in Nigeria and Kenya

  • Research Code : 9AAE-00-05-00-00
  • SKU : EG00041-AF-MR_00536
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  • Release Date : 18-Aug-2014
  • Region : Africa
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Sub-Saharan Africa offers many opportunities for the large-scale power rental market (greater than 1 MW). Power infrastructure in the region is ageing, but is also largely underdeveloped due to decades of underinvestment. This is reflected in a low electrification rate, which is only around 31.8% for the entire region. Research was carried out by leveraging Frost & Sullivan's in-house market knowledge and expertise, reviewing publicly available secondary data sources, and conducting interviews with key market players. The research service examines the overall market, with a focus on Kenya and Nigeria. The base year is 2013; the forecast period is from 2014 to 2019.

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