£98m of the money will go to the Green Africa Power project, to stimulate investment in large-scale solar, wind and hydro power. It is expected to lead to the building of 270 megawatts of power generation capacity, saving 3.9m tonnes of carbon dioxide. A further £14m will support small-scale renewable projects, mainly in Uganda, and £21m will help with water supplies.
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