Energy Transition

100 million Africans could be unemployed in 2030, new report says

'By 2030, the off-grid renewable-energy value chain could generate at least 4.5 million jobs, including entrepreneurs, technicians, distributors, and installers.' Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings - RC1FE4EF2A70

Kandeh Yumkella

Co-Founder, African Energy Leaders Group (AELG)

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