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ECOWAS Status Report - Renewable Energy

| 56 TABLE 13 | Sustainable Energy Access Targets in Selected ECOWAS Member States Note: Data were not available for the Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, and Togo. a Targets for share of total population with access to electricity unless otherwise noted. b Targets for share of total population with access to modern fuel alternatives unless otherwise noted. c Efficient carbonisation process defined as wood to fuel efficiencies greater than 25%. d Nigeria’s targets are included in its Draft Renewable Energy Master Plan, 2005. They have not been formally adopted. Source: see endnote 9 for this section. ELECTRICITY ACCESSa ACCESS TO MODERN FUELSb CLEAN COOK STOVES Benin 50% by 2015 40% by 2015; 60% of charcoal produced through efficient carbonisation process by 2015c 60% of population with improved cook stoves by 2015 Burkina Faso 60% by 2015 Cabo Verde 100% by 2015 Côte d’Ivoire 50% by 2015 60% (no date given) Ghana 80% by 2015; 100% by 2020 Reduce wood intensity of charcoal production to 3:1 by 2015 in the Savannah zone and to 4:1 in the forest zone by 2015 Guinea 15% (no date given) 5% of demand in rural areas covered by biogas in 2013 and 30% in 2025 Liberia 35% by 2030; 70% of greater Monrovia area by 2030 40% by 2015 40% of population with improved cook stoves by 2015 Mali 55% urban, 15% rural by 2015 Nigeriad 75% by 2020 8,000 biogas digesters installed by 2030 1 million improved cook stoves installed by 2030; 150,000 solar cookers installed by 2030 Niger 15% by 2020; 66% of rural and peri-urban by 2015 Senegal 60% by 2016 Sierra Leone 30% by 2015; 50% by 2020; 75% by 2025; 100% by 2030 5% by 2015; 10% by 2020; 15% by 2030 Share of population with access to improved cook stoves: 5% by 2015; 10% by 2020; 15% by 2030 Côte d’Ivoire 50% by 201560% (no date given)

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