This report is part of Powering Peace, a joint initiative of Energy Peace Partners and the Stimson Center.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is home to one of the most protracted and complex crises in the world today. Eighty percent of the population are estimated to live in extreme poverty, and few people have access to electricity. The country, which lacks an interconnected national electric grid, has one of the lowest rates of electrification and energy consumption in the world.
Yet the DRC has considerable hydroelectric power potential and virtually un
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