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Energy Profile: Eritrea
United Nations Environment Programme

Eritrea’s population was 6.33 million in 2013 (Table 1) (IEA, 2016). Total production of electricity was 38 ktoe in 2015 with 97.3 per cent generated from fossil fuels. Final consumption of electricity is 33 ktoe with 9 per cent of this consumed in industry (AFREC, 2015).


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Energy Profile: Rwanda
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2015, total electricity produced was 93 ktoe, of which 51.6 per cent came from fossil fuels, 19.3 per cent from hydro and 27.9 per cent from solar and wind. Final electricity consumption in 2015 was 38 ktoe.


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Energy Profile: Ghana
United Nations Environment Programme

Ghana’s population in 2013 was 25.91 million. Total production of electricity in 2015 was 1,275 ktoe with 41.6 per cent produced from fossil fuels and 46.9 per cent from hydro sources. The final consumption of electricity in 2015 was 975 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Energy Profile: Tunisia
United Nations Environment Programme

Total electricity production in 2015 was 1,523 ktoe, with 97 per cent from fossil fuels and 2.6 per cent from solar and wind energy. Final electricity production was 1,523 ktoe.


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Bridging the Gap: Phasing out Coal - The Emissions Gap Report 2017 Chapter 5
Garg, Amit, Steckel, Jan Christoph

If the temperature increase is to be kept well below 2°C by 2100, the global economy must undergo rapid decarbonization.


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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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