Africa’s poverty and economic stagnation is regarded as one of the greatest tragedies of our time . Three decades of stagnant growth are viewed as one of the underlying causes of the continent’s distress. Developing energy infrastructure on the continent is one of the key growth strategies identified for Africa since consistent power supply is an instrumental tool to attract much needed foreign direct investments.
Cameroon, a country endowed with vast potential in hydro power, is tipped to become a central source of electricity for the entire continent. This Frost & Sullivan research service focussed on the total Cameroon power industry, segmented into power generation, electricity transmission, and electricity distribution.