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Energy Profile: Namibia
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2014, total production of electricity was 132 ktoe of which 93.9 per cent came from hydro sources. Final electricity consumption in 2014 was 320 ktoe increasing to 323 ktoe in 2015 as shown in Table 2 (AFREC, 2015).


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Energy Profile: Republic of the Congo
United Nations Environment Programme

The Republic of the Congo had a population of 4.45 million people in 2013. In the same year, it produced a total of 14,977 ktoe of energy. The Republic of the Congo’s primary energy supply was 14.98 Mtoe in 2013 (IEA, 2016). Industry consumed 2 per cent , transport 22.9 per cent and other sectors (residential, agriculture, commercial and other unspecified sectors), 50.7 per cent . Electric power consumption was 0.23 MWh per capita in 2013 (IEA, 2016).


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Energy Profile: Botswana
United Nations Environment Programme

According to the African Energy Commission (AFREC, 2015), total electricity produced in 2015 was 278 ktoe with 99.6 per cent of it produced from fossil fuels. Industry consumed 25.1 per cent of all electricity consumed in 2015. Botswana’s energy capacity is thermal, produced mostly in coal-fired plants with a few small diesel generators in rural areas. The 132 MW Morupule coal-fired station generates most of the domestic electricity supply. More than 50 per cent of Botswana’s power requirements are imported from South Africa and Zambia.


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Energy Profile: Swaziland
United Nations Environment Programme

Electricity production in 2015 was 50 ktoe while final consumption of electricity was 99 ktoe.


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Energy Profile: Sao Tome and Príncipe
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2015, total electricity produced was 3 ktoe, of which 66.6 per cent came from fossil fuels and 33.3 per cent from hydro sources.


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