Power Africa Launches New Program for Southern Africa
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Power Africa launched a new program at Africa Utility Week that took place in Cape Town. The new program, the Southern African Energy Program, is a USAID-funded five-year project that is designed to increase the supply, of and access to electricity in Southern Africa.  


The project consortium is led by Deloitte and includes McKinsey, Another Option, CrossBoundary, and Worley Parsons.


In celebrating the launch of the program, Andrew Herscowitz, Coordinator for Power Africa, said, “The Southern African Energy Program is an exciting new way for the United States and Africa to work together to improve economic harmonization.”  Herscowitz added, “Power Africa is well on its way to advancing its goals of providing 30,000 MW and 60 million connections by 2030.”

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