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62% of Cameroonians have access to electricity (World Bank)


28.11.2018 17:18

The Energy Consensus of Cameroon Energy Energy (Eneo) by 2017, according to the World Bank's (WB) study, said: "Over the past three years, the supply of electricity has essentially changed, reaching 58.1% in 2015, 60.1% in 2016, and 62% in 2017, "a statement reads. .

By the end of 2017, the number of subscribers was 1,184,372, 99,431 new families and businesses were connected to electricity during the reporting period.

Experts believe that the government will have access to electricity by 2035, which is a big problem, with 1,360 megawatts (MW) for energy, including 998 for Eneo and 362 for other manufacturers.

Eneo's Managing Director, Joel Nana Contchou, said in an annual report "Quick Step" that the quality of power supply is largely driven by investments, with a general decline in uninterrupted energy and increasing production availability.

Nevertheless, he "unfortunately failed to reach the desired level of service in the north". Totally, $ 35 billion will be spent to improve the supply of electricity across Cameroon.

With an increase of demand of 4.8% a year, Eneo strives to provide its customers with affordable energy and service quality, and is an example of control in Africa.

Acte, a subsidiary of the British investment group Eneo, generated a total of 43,483.6 billion in operating profits. 291.6 billion pounds sterling Pound sterling turnover.

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