Category: Data & Statistics

Germany: Growth in Electricity Transmission Network

As of December 2021, Germany’s transmission network comprised about 37,461 circuit km of line length at the 110 kV and above voltage levels. The majority of the network, or about 93 per cent of the total line length, comprises...

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Germany: Planned Generation and Transmission Capacity

According to Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) or the Federal Network Agency, between 2020 and 2035, over 82 GW of capacity net additions are planned across the country as per the Scenario B 2035 in Germany’s Network Development Plan...

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Qatar: Installed Capacity, Generation and Consumption

The Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation, also known as KAHRAMAA, controls electricity distribution and transmission throughout the country and serves as the sole transmission and distribution system owner and operator (TDSOO) for the electricity and water sector in Qatar.

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Argentina: Installed Electricity Capacity, Generation and Consumption 2022

Argentina liberalised its electricity sector in 1992, which resulted in the vertical and horizontal unbundling of the sector and the establishment of the energy regulator Ente Nacional Regulador de la Electricidad (ENRE). The Secretaría de Energía (SE), under the Ministerio de Planificación Federal, Inversión Pública y Servicios, is responsible for policymaking for the electricity sector, and the Consejo Federal de la Energía Eléctrica (CFEE) administers the funds for electricity projects.

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Argentina: Planned Generation and Transmission Capacity 2022

According to the Trend Scenario of Energy 2030, the country is expected to add close to 1,488 TWh of generation capacity during the period 2022-30, to meet the growing electricity demand. Nuclear, hydro, thermal and RE projects will be major contributors, accounting for the majority of the upcoming additions.

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