Côte d'Ivoire Energy

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La Côte d’Ivoire est en passe de mettre à exécution son projet de construction des premières centrales biomasse du pays dans le cadre d’une stratégie plus vaste qui vise à satisfaire une demande énergétique nationale à la hausse et à accroître le rôle des énergies renouvelables dans le bouquet énergétique.


What is the government’s energy strategy?


What major projects will help double Côte d’Ivoire’s power capacity by 2020, and what role will renewable energy play in this process?


Since the end of civil unrest the authorities have made efforts to attract investment into the sector. Côte d’ Ivoire’s geographic position bodes well for an increase in oil and gas discoveries: it lies on an area between two tectonic plates called the West African transform margin, which has been the source of several oil findings in the past...


Plans are under way to expand production capacity at three of Côte d’Ivoire’s thermal power plants operated by independent power producers (IPPs) Ciprel, Azito and Aggreko, against a backdrop of rising demand. In January 2018 Thierry Tanoh, the minister for oil, energy and renewable energy development, announced that work on the new units at...


With electricity demand climbing at an average rate of 12% per year, Côte d’Ivoire is embarking on a plan to strengthen its generation capabilities. The plans call an increasing part of the power mix to be generated from renewable sources. Renewable energy has become a key component for these efforts and a strategic shift from the nation’s...

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