Sudan

92% of Sudan’s primary energy consumption is from fossil fuels, with 8% accounting for hydro. Yet, current installed capacity is for 60% from hydropower. The country is making efforts to further integrate other renewable energy resources, and aims to have 50% of electricity generation come from renewable energy by 2031, excluding hydro. Sudan also adopted a NEEAP in 2013 and has set cumulative energy efficiency targets of 11,8%, aiming at 32% by 2020.

Sudan is a RCREEE member state since 2008.

September 30, Dr Tabitha Boutros, The Sudanese State Minister for Water Resources and Electricity announced the launching of the Sudanese National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP). The announcement took place during the national workshop organized by the Sudanese ministry of Water Resources...
Cairo, Egypt – 21 st May, 2013 – The Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) has published brief studies on its member states’ renewable energy and energy efficiency market. RCREEE’s thirteen Arab member states were ranked on fixed dimensions that include investments, institutional capacity, electricity pricing, future targets, and policies. The country profiles also analyze current and planned renewable energy projects. The profiles provide a simple tool for policy makers, researchers, and investors to know more about Arab states’ readiness in the field. RCREEE will launch the profiles at the Arab Energy Efficiency Day to be held in 21 st May in Cairo.

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