Could Rosatom solve Africa's electricity shortage? Interview with Dmitry Shornikov, CEO of Rosatom Central and Southern Africa
21 May 2019 | BBC

Nuclear power could be the solution to the chronic shortage of electricity across Africa.

Russia's state owned atomic power company, Rosatom, has agreed to help several countries, a sign that nuclear could become a vibrant industry in the continent.

Dmitry Shornikov, the chief executive of the company's operations in central and Southern Africa, tells the BBC's Russell Padmore that gaining public acceptance is important:


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