Power to Africa volume 5: Côte D'Ivoire - Part 1

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Summary: Having previously looked at the power sectors in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Ethiopia , this Power to Africa instalment will examine the business climate in the Ivoirian power sector, and the challenges and opportunities facing the sector.

The Côte D’Ivoire suffered a tumultuous decade up to 2011; gripped by political turmoil and an intermittent civil war, the country’s infrastructure and economy deteriorated. However, since 2011, the Côte D’Ivoire has become one of Africa’s economic success stories.

Despite ongoing political uncertainty and an aging power infrastructure, the Government of the Côte D’Ivoire (GoCI) wishes to establish the Côte D’Ivoire as a middle income country, extend access to power to the whole population and become the leading energy market in sub-Saharan Africa. 

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