Chinese-added power generation capacities in sub-Saharan Africa will total 9 GW over the decade through to 2024, according to International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates. This does not include two large dams under construction – the 2,160 MW Cacula dam in Angola and the 3,048 MW Mambila dam in Nigeria, which are unlikely to be completed by then.
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