Solar Power in Africa 2020

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line and Renewable Energy magazines) has released the most comprehensive report on “Solar Power in Africa 2020”.

The report is available in PDF format and is priced at USD 2832. Currently, we are offering the report at a very special discounted price of USD 2000 for orders/payments received till April 28, 2020.

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Solar Power in Africa 2020 provides a complete view of the outlook for project spending across the African continent. The key objectives of this report are to analyse the present solar project market in Africa on the basis of region, country and year. The solar project cost and tariff trends are analysed along with the emerging policy and regulatory regime. The report tracks the overall solar project pipeline in Africa on the basis of country, technology, project size and stage of implementation highlighting the market opportunities for various stakeholders. It presents a detailed future outlook on the basis of growth drivers, challenges, and projections by region, country, technology and year.

It analyses the past investment trends and future investment outlook.

The 2020 edition has two sections with six chapters:

Section A: Solar Projects Market Overview


  • Solar Project Market Analysis
  • Solar Project Cost Trends
  • Emerging Policy and Regulatory Regime
  • Capacity Outlook and Projections (2020-24)
  • Project Pipeline and Market Opportunities
  • Investment Risks and Requirements (2020-24)


Section B: Country Profiles

This section has chapters pertaining to the solar power project pipeline, investment requirements and capacity outlook for 25-30 African countries like Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Each country profile chapter will provide information on:


  • Solar Power Potential
  • Growth of Solar Power Capacity
  • Key Growth Drivers
  • Evolving Policy and Regulatory Scenario
  • Project Allocation Mechanisms (FiT, competitive bidding, government schemes, etc.)
  • Key Projects Awarded Recently
  • Upcoming Tenders and Projects
  • Cost and Tariff Trends
  • Key Developers and Plans
  • Contractor Landscape
  • Risks and Challenges
  • Future Capacity Targets and Demand Outlook
  • Investment Requirements


Raktima Majumdar

Senior Manager, Information Products
India Infrastructure Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
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New Delhi-110016
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