in Short

Ivory Coast : $8.3 billion investment by 2030 to boost its energy supply

Ivory Coast will invest $8.3 billion by 2030 to increase its energy supply. The Minister of Mines and Energy, Mamadou Sangafowa-Coulibaly, emphasized the importance of diversifying energy sources in response to fluctuations in gas supply. The country aims to strengthen the gas sector and develop renewable energies to support its economic development. By 2021, electricity access had already reached 70%, one of the highest rates in West Africa. Ivory Coast aspires to become a regional energy hub.

Articles similaires

Laisser un commentaire

Bouton retour en haut de la page