European Commission to aid renewable energy development in Cape Verde

February 2014
World Energy News;2/26/2014, p3
The article reports that the European Commission (EC) has decided that it will grant 75.5 million dollars to the government of Cape Verde for the development of the renewable energy sources in the country. Government of Cape Verde has planned that it will fulfill half of its electrical needs through the renewable energy resources by 2020. The European Union (EU) has also opened a technical assistance facility in the country for supporting the development.


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