No Water, No Management, No Power

Inter Press Service: Frequent power cuts have led to the firing of the board of the Democratic Republic of Congo's national electricity company. But it is not clear if sub-par generation from the Inga hydroelectric power stations supplying the capital Kinshasa is due to poor management or to unusually low water levels in the Congo River. The two power plants - Inga I and II, located on the river some 300 kilometres upstream of the capital - have a combined potential output of 1,775 megawatts, but in recent years due......

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