Renewable energies are a daunting challenge of the 21st century and have to be part and parcel of our future on several accounts. Firstly, they fully contribute to the rise of a carbon-free economic development, a major problem that was highlighted during COP21. It is now scientifically proven that global warming, observed by climatologists for several decades, is due to the effects of human activity.
For many years, Africa has embraced this movement. The continent will be one of the major players in the medium term for several reasons: the need to build sometimes in-existent networks, facilitating development and growth, which is more dynamic than in the other continents and its privileged access to the sun - one of the main sources of energy.