Kim said the investment, into Power Africa, would be in "direct financing, investment guarantees and advisory services for project preparation."
An investment that would complement the Sh604 billion the US government announced it would be spending on renewable energy generation in
Kim said, "following President (Barrack) Obama's lead," their investment should see one quarter of Power Africa's goal of generating 10,000 MW of new power in Sub-Saharan Africa met.
He however called on the business leaders gathered at the
"The US government and
A steady flow of electricity throughout
Kim's announcement followed one by US Secretary of Commerce
As well as doubling the number of commercial offices in
Pritzker said they expected the
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