Montreal-based Windiga Energy has announced a 20-MW wind project in Burkina Faso, the biggest of its kind south of the Sahara Desert, on the strength of a 25-year power purchase agreement with the National Electricity Company of Burkina, Clean Capital reports. “African countries have been experiencing strong GDP growth for the past decade, with a new middle class demanding more and more electricity,” Bull writes. “Meeting this growing demand has been a challenge.”
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