Pace of renewables uptake will vary across Africa, says CEO of PIDG

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By Dr Desné Masie. Published on April 7, 2020

In its mission to support infrastructure development, PIDG is strongly committed to sustainability. But, as CEO Philippe Valahu tells Dr Desné Masie, not all countries have the option of going to 100% renewable energy tomorrow