5 African countries with best and sustained electricity
Many countries across the African continent are faced with poor access to electricity. This development problem means the citizens are unable to access electricity for household use such as lighting, charging phones, or any electrical gadget.
FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR POOR ENERGY ACCESS IN AFRICA
- To begin with, the Lack of a proper regulatory framework
- Secondly, Not investing on the international front
- Also, Africans have not been able to build up country-wide infrastructure over decades
- Lastly, The difficulty surrounding the bankability of power projects.
CAN THESE PROBLEMS BE SOLVED?
Yes, problems exist for solutions. For Africans to have a proper regulatory framework, there should be regular distribution and collection of electricity bills, when increasing tariffs, it should be targeted towards large organizations or medium size consumers first. There should also be a way to detect if a meter has been tampered with.
The Africans can improve upon their electricity access by adopting other ways of generating power, rather than relying on every household being put on a centralized grid. That era of having everyone on the national grid has not worked for decades and that is not going to change anytime soon.
Africa’s problem of access to electricity is not a hopeless case, this is because the African continent has a rich solar and wind energy potential thus, we can switch to renewable energy and can also invest at a scale.
Not all African countries do not have access to electricity those in the Northern part of the continent are doing very well in terms of stability
WHAT IS ELECTRICITY ACCESS?
According to the world bank, electricity access refers to the number or percentage of people in a given location, who have stable access to electricity.
AFRICAN COUNTRIES WITH THE BEST AND MOST SUSTAINABLE ELECTRICITY
- Egypt: 100% energy access.
- Next, Algeria: 100% energy access.
- Also, Morocco: 100% energy access.
- Tunisia: 100% energy access.
- Besides the above, Gabon: 91% energy access.
- South Africa: 85% energy access.
- In addition to the above, Ghana: 84% energy access.
- Botswana: 70% energy access.
- Kenya: 70% energy access.
- Senegal: 70% energy access
- Libya: 69% energy access.
- Ivory Coast: 69% energy access.
- Equatorial Guinea: 67% energy access.
- Cameroon: 63% energy access.
- Nigeria: 55% energy access.
- Top 5 African Countries with the Best Education Systems
- HOW TO GET A UK VISA IN GHANA
- What You Need To Know When Starting A Business
- How Do I Get Rid Of Vagina Odour Immediately
- How Do I Get Rid Of The White Stuff On My Tongue
- What You Need To Know When Buying A Car
- HOW TO PREPARE PIZZA FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME
- HOW DO I KNOW MY BLOOD GROUP
- KNOW WHY YOU SHOULD NOT MARRY PEOPLE WITH CERTAIN BLOOD GROUPS
- How Can I Stop White Discharge and Itching Naturally
- How to stop menstrual pains fast at home
- What Are the Symptoms & Signs of Gonorrhea and Syphilis?
- How can I stop the pain when I urinate?
- How can I stop sperm from coming early?
- Apply for Police Clearance Certificate in Ghana
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE SHOULD AN APPLICANT PAY MONEY TO ANYONE IN GETTING A JOB WE HAVE PUBLISHED