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COP28: Denmark contributes DKK128 million to pan-African green energy initiative

Lena Hunter
December 4th, 2023


Denmark is investing big in Africa’s shift to renewable energy. But it is also seeking a competitive edge: Africa supplies many of the crucial raw materials for the global green transition, and Russia, China, Iran and others already have a strategic foothold in the region.


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Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced Danish support for the Accelerated Partnership for Renewables in Africa (APRA) at COP28. The Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Denmark is investing big in Africa’s shift to renewable energy. But it is also seeking a competitive edge: Africa supplies many of the crucial raw materials for the global green transition, and Russia, China, Iran and others already have a strategic foothold in the region.

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