African Network of Centers of Excellence in Electricity (ANCEE) launched in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

The energy sector in Africa has suffered from years of inadequate investments in infrastructure and human resources, particularly technicians, engineers and sector managers, creating a major threat to the sustainability of the sector says acting Vice-President of the African Development Bank, Stefan Nalletamby. With the launch of four African Network of Centres of Excellence in Electricity, the Vice-President hopes to  improve the performance of the power sector and increase the quality of power services.

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