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Emmanuel Nzabanita

Consultant (Interim of Head ZIM-FUND)

African Development Bank

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African Development Bank

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The African Development Bank ( www.afdb.org) is a multilateral development bank whose shareholders comprise 53 African countries (Regional Member Countries - RMCs) and 24 non-African countries (non-Regional Member Countries - non-RMCs). The Bank Group's primar...more

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Mr. Emmanuel Nzabanita
Officer in Charge Energy Division, East and South Regions Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department African Development Bank


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According to Emmanuel Nzabanita of the African Development Bank, which is considering financing Gibe III, the power systems of East Africa are still in their infancy, with insufficient installed capacity to satisfy domestic demand.


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African Development Bank - Mafalda Duarte (Principal Climate Change Specialist, African Development Bank), Richard Claudet (Chief Investment Officer, Private Sector, African Development Bank) and Emmanuel Nzabanita (Chief Power Engineer, African Development Bank)


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In the opening address, Emmanuel Nzabanita, of the African Development Bank, said part of the challenge is that most African countries want to work independently of their neighbors.
"If the African Development Bank can encourage the African countries to co-operate in the development of their energy resources, this would be a great thing. If we could have all Africans, all African countries inter-connected, then we could be able to exploit the vast resources that are available, that cannot be done by one individual country," he said. Nzabanita noted that different African regions have different resources that could benefit greater areas of the continent if used cooperatively. "We have in the north hydro carbons, gas; we have in the central and west, where there is a lot of hydro; we have in the south, where there is a lot of coal. But all these are scattered," he states. "It was maybe lack of knowledge of each other's capability, or each other's potential," Nzabanita said.


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This was according to African Development Bank division manager for Eastern and Southern Africa energy finance, Emmanuel Nzabanita, who told delegates at an energy summit in Cape Town on Monday that Africa was suffering from a severe infrastructure deficit, which was hindering economic development.
Nzabanita said that total infrastructure financing needs for sub-Saharan Africa was estimated to be $93,4-billion each year and just under half of that total was required for the energy sector. The entire installed generation capacity of 48 sub-Saharan African countries was 68 GW, which was about the same as Spain's generation capacity, said Nzabanita. Chronic power shortages plagued 30 African countries, and only one in four Africans had access to electricity. In order to meet demand, keep pace with projected economic growth, and provide additional capacity to support the rollout of electrification, the energy sector in Africa was required to install approximately 7 000 MW of new generation capacity each year. Nzabanita said that closing the large energy-financing gap would require improving the creditworthiness of utilities and sustaining the recent increase in external finance to the sector. While Asian public investment was growing, Nzabanita said that private sector investments in Africa's power sector was still rare, averaging about $1-billion a year between 2005 and 2007 with the bulk of such investments going into 3 000 MW of independent power projects. Nzabanita elaborated that the way to address Africa's severe power shortage was with the assistance of the private sector. Nzabanita added that, given the continent's abundant natural resources and the many innovative environment-related financing instruments available, Africa had the opportunity to grow under a low-carbon, clean energy path. "Africa must develop its energy needs in a clean way," concluded Nzabanita. Emmanuel Nzabanita Sub-Saharan Africa


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