U.S. Commits $2 Billion for Solar Deployment in Angola

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The project is one of several supported by a $200 billion global infrastructure investment mobilized by the U.S. to deliver clean energy, health systems, gender equality and transformational technologies to democratic economies in an effort to tackle the climate crisis and bolster global energy security.

Serving as its second large-scale solar project in the country, Miami-based utility-scale solar project developer, Sun Africa, will deploy 728 MW of solar photovoltaic mini-grids with battery storage and home power kits, which will support the electrification of more than two million people in four southern Angolan provinces.

Collectively, the U.S. and G7 nations will aim to mobilize close to $600 billion to deliver sustainable infrastructure and build economic ties with developing nations.

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Matthew Goosen

Matthew Goosen

Matthew Goosen is a Video Editor and Content Writer at Energy Capital & Power. He holds an Honours Degree in Film and Media Studies at the University of Cape Town and is currently undergoing his Masters Degree. Born in Pretoria and raised internationally, he has been living in Cape Town since 2013.