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"Power demand in Ghana has dipped after every crisis: the drivers and consequences". Published by the Conversation on May 31st, 2022. https://theconversation.com/power-demand-in-ghana-has-dipped-after-every-crisis-the-drivers-and-consequences-182464#comment_2812366