Africa Transport and Connectivity Task Force discusses connectivity

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A general view of installations at the Olkaria's geothermal power plant, one of the Kenya Electricity Generating Company Limited (KenGen), during a site visit by 'One Planet Summit' delegates in Naivasha, Kenya, 15 March 2019. Olkaria is a complex of several geothermal power plants which make it Africa's largest geothermal power project, placing Kenya among the eight leading countries with the highest amount of developed geothermal energy. About fifty percent of Kenya's electricity is generated here.

Africa Transport and Connectivity Task Force discusses connectivity


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The Africa Transport and Connectivity Task Force met in Leipzig, Germany and brought together leaders and experts from public and private sectors. The initiative was a part of the new “Africa-Europe Alliance for Sustainable Investment and Jobs” as announced by Commission President Juncker.
It focused on three key areas: air transport, road safety and connectivity, with the aim to support pan-African multi-modal transport corridor development, address sector inefficiencies and structural reforms and boost public and private investment.

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