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Expanded access to solar power in Africa can stimulate economic development – but there are risks

By Ben Radley, Lecturer in International Development, University of Bath
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UN Sustainable Development Goal 7 aspires to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all by 2030. But in Africa, around 600 million people continue to live without access to electricity. Seeking to reach as many of these people as quickly as possible, African governments are signing agreements with foreign firms to deliver off-grid solar products to millions of households.

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