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Sudan and South Sudan Power Report Q1 2014

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Sudan and South Sudan Power Report Q1 2014
Nov 13th 2013, 00:00

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BMI View: As with many of its neighbouring countries, Sudan's power infrastructure has been plagued by inefficiencies and under-investment in recent years. This, coupled with limited diversification of the power mix and low electrification rates, exposes both the market and the wider economy to shocks and risks. The Sudanese government has thus advanced plans to increase investments in the national electricity network and capitalise on the country's vast potential. However, we believe that a variety of hurdles, ranging from economic to political and regulatory issues, are likely to hinder potential in the short-to-medium term. Meanwhile, South Sudan has also included the development of additional and independent power generation, transmission and distribution capabilities as one of its key priorit ...

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