Irena strives for African co-ordination

Southern Africa generates more than 80% of its power from coal plants, such as Eskom's Arnot station (pictured).

Southern Africa generates more than 80% of its power from coal plants, such as Eskom's Arnot station (pictured).

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has set in motion plans for a ‘clean energy corridor’ bringing together more than 20 east and southern African countries together in a co-ordinated effort to make a substantial shift towards renewable power generation.

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