During this week, U.S Africa summit, the White House, a U.S. Government-led partnership, Power Africa which convenes the collective resources of the private sector, international development organizations, and governments from around the world to increase energy access and to end energy poverty in sub-Saharan Africa released documents on their successes so far! In 2021 alone, Power Africa-supported renewable energy projects helped prevent 6.2 million tons of CO2 emissions, the equivalent of burning 6.8 billion pounds of coal. Since 2013, Power Africa has helped deliver access to electricity to nearly 165 million people across sub-Saharan Africa. The Biden-Harris Administration has invested $193 million to support Power Africa and plans to provide another $100 million in FY 2023. The progress so far? - 34.6 MILLION New Electricity Connections - 14,000 MW financially closed - 6,500 MW of new electricity turning lights on across the continent - 80 percent of online power projects use renewable energy Lastly, this year alone 2022, more than $180 million in funds providing renewable energy solutions, including the Mirova Gigaton Fund, SDG Investment Fund, the Africa Renewable Energy Fund II, and the SunFunder Solar Energy Transformation Fund. What a remarkable Energy Investments under Biden's Administration, deserving some climate love!!! Source : WhiteHouse Press Release 2022 / https://www.usaid.gov/powerafrica
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