Access to reliable electricity is the backbone of any modern economy. It is even more important with the digital revolution. If African nations want to see their economies transform, the issue of electricity must be tackled head-on. Access is only the starting point, however. Expansion needs investment, too, and for that, utilities must make money. Yet all over the region, utilities are running at a loss.
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