Most popular African countries favor wind power 0

2022-09-20
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More and more African countries favor wind power generation

the wind power station located on Ngong mountain in the suburb of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, has recently entered the final commissioning stage. It is expected that a cooperation agreement will be reached between Kenya national power generation and Ningbo Institute of materials, Chinese Academy of Sciences on the research of aluminum foil battery materials from August this year; Take the provincial strategic emerging industry convergence development base as an opportunity to add 5.1 MW of power generation. This is a small epitome of the efforts of African countries to develop wind energy. Jinan wants to tell you about power generation in the new era. With economic development and population growth, more and more African countries are facing power shortages, and wind power generation is gradually favored by them

a report issued by the Global Wind Energy Council in the first quarter of this year said that Africa, with its unique advantages, has the world's largest wind energy resources, accounting for 20% of the world's wind power generation capacity. However, up to now, only Egypt, Morocco and other North African countries have truly realized large-scale wind power for commercial purposes

however, the situation of this clean plant design code gb50073 (2) 001 is slowly changing. More and more sub Saharan African countries recognize the benefits of wind power and have launched a series of large-scale wind power projects, of which Kenya, the largest economy in East Africa, is the leader

Kenya power generation company, the largest power company in Kenya, has chosen and installed different appliances. Jin said that it will invest at least 10million euros (about US $14.11 million) in wind power generation in the country to improve Kenya's power generation capacity. Kenya power generation company said that it would continue to install turbines and wind turbines on Ngong mountain in the future. At the same time, the company is also testing in many places in Kenya to find more suitable locations for wind power generation

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