Energy in Africa: Policy, management and sustainability

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Bringing together conceptual, theoretical and evidence-based contributions from a diverse set of experts, this book provides a comprehensive analysis of energy in Africa, from a management perspective. Taking a closer look at the global energy environment and security in developing areas of the region, the authors discuss the significance of energy policy to the socio-economic growth of the continent. This important book tackles the challenge of ensuring sustainability in Africa and focuses on both fossil fuels and renewable energy. Essential reading for researchers interested in energy management, sustainability, and energy policy, this noteworthy collection of interdisciplinary contributions provides examples of effective energy management in Africa.




Adesola, S., & Brennan, F. (2018). Energy in Africa: Policy, management and sustainability. Energy in Africa: Policy, Management and Sustainability (pp. 1–237). Springer International Publishing.

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