In Africa, the total capacity was 40,000 MW, with capacity additions of 1,860 MW. Countries in South and Central Asia added 1,940 MW of new capacity in 2022. The total installed capacity in the region reached 164,000 MW. Steady progress continues, with just under 2 GW added in 2022, including a series of large projects over 50 MW (in Ethiopia, Guinea, and Zambia) and smaller projects (including in Madagascar, Uganda, and Rwanda) commissioned with the support of both private and public investments. Although much work remains to be done to increase hydropower in Africa, significant projects are planned for the coming year in Angola (Caculo Cabaça, 2 GW) and in Cameroon (Nachtigal, 420 MW), which will aid the continent in its transition to clean energy.