Two decades ago international financing institutions began encouraging competitive electricity markets in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Over that period, while North and South America, India, Europe, Australasia and parts of South East Asia have embraced competitive power markets, today we would challenge you to identify a single SSA country with an operating competitive market (defined here as requiring at least some buyers being able to choose their supplier). But this may be about to change in one of Southern Africa’s smaller countries – Namibia. READ ECA’s INSIGHT HERE