Tagged on: Resource efficiency

Reports and Books
Light for Life: Identifying and Reducing the Health and Safety Impacts of Fuel-Based Lighting
United Nations Environment Programme

Energy efficient, off-grid lighting solutions offer the most promising and scalable means to eliminate adverse health outcomes associated with fuel-based lighting, while lowering the costs and reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. This study suggests next steps and policy options to improve the lives of people who depend on off-grid lighting services. Policies and programs seeking the greatest possible benefit should target the most impacted geographical and demographic user groups.

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Chapters and Articles
Energy Profile: Tanzania
United Nations Environment Programme

Total electricity production in 2015 was 555 ktoe, with 70.9 per cent from fossil fuels and 27.2 per cent from hydro sources, as shown in Table 2. Final consumption of electricity was 526 ktoe in 2015 (AFREC, 2015).