April 10, 2023

China’s Role in Egypt’s Low Carbon Energy Transition: From Renewable Energy to Green Hydrogen

In this policy brief series, we explore various cases in Zimbabwe, Egypt and Ethiopia, among other African countries, on how renewable energy activities are developed related to the exploitation of critical transitional minerals, nurturing an energy storage sector, or supporting the much-needed reforms in the power sector.

We identify the role of Chinese financiers and corporations in facilitating and shaping these crucial inter-linked activities and their impact on the transition pathways in the given country.

This particular brief unpacks China’s Role in Egypt’s Low Carbon Energy Transition: From Renewable Energy to Green Hydrogen.

These reports were commissioned by the African Climate Foundation and was produced by the International Institute of Green Finance (IIGF).

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