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Hydropower

3 Sep
Hydropower has long been seen as a reliable renewable energy source. But during drought and heavy rain, hydropower plants often come to a standstill. Will climate change spell the end for this clean energy alternative?
12 Nov 2018
CNBC Africa is joined by Alamine Ousmane Mey, Minister of the Economy, Cameroon and Sergio Pimenta VP, Middle East & Africa at IFC to speak on the 420mw Nachtigal hydropower project in Cameroon.

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