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Energy Profile: Libya
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2013, Libya had a population of 6.2 million and in 2015, the total amount of electricity produced was 3,105 ktoe of which 99.9 per cent was from fossil fuels. In the same year, final consumption of electricity was 2,690 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Energy Profile: Senegal
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2015, total electricity produced was 343 ktoe, with 88.9 per cent from fossil fuels and 9 per cent from solar and wind. Final electricity consumed was 276 ktoe.


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Energy Profile: Seychelles
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2015, total electricity production was 38 ktoe, with 94.7 per cent from fossil fuel sources.


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Energy Profile: Côte d'Ivoire
United Nations Environment Programme

Energy is a growth industry in Côte d’Ivoire. The country is an important supplier of energy to the region due to the excess electricity it generates, and its reserves of natural gas and recent offshore finds of oil and natural gas. Electricity production in 2015 was 648 ktoe with 66.5 per cent produced from fossil fuels and 31 per cent from hydro sources. Final consumptionof electricity in the same year was 774 ktoe with industry consuming 19.2 per cent and transport consuming 99 per cent of electricity produced (Table 2) (AFREC, 2015).


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Energy Profile: Togo
United Nations Environment Programme

Total electricity production in 2015 was 52 ktoe, with 71.1 per cent from fossil fuels and 23 per cent from hydro sources. Final consumption of electricity was 52 ktoe in 2015.


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Bridging the Gap: Sectoral Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Potentials in 2030 - The Emissions Gap Report 2017 Chapter 4
Blok, Kornelis, Afanador, Angélica, van Vuuren, Detlef

The chapter provides a detailed review of greenhouse gas emission reduction potentials in 2030 for key economic sectors. Sectoral emission reduction potentials, also called bottom-up potentials, provide detailed estimates of the level of emission reductions that is feasible within a certain sector or for a specific emissions category up to a certain marginal cost level.


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