Sub-Saharan Africa Faces Major Energy Equity Challenges: WEF Report

Sub-Saharan Africa faces significant challenges in achieving energy equity, as highlighted in the World Economic Forum’s 2024 report. The Energy Transition Index (ETI) assesses 120 countries on energy system performance, focusing on equity, sustainability, and security. Sub-Saharan Africa shows the highest growth in ETI scores, driven by improvements in energy access and affordability. Despite progress, 600 million people in the region still lack electricity. Countries like Tanzania and Ethiopia have made strides in improving energy access. Renewable energy adoption is increasing, with Zimbabwe making notable progress. Europe leads in ETI rankings, with Sweden and Denmark at the top.

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