Category: Data & Statistics

Egypt: Planned Generation and Transmission Capacity

Egypt over the years has focused on fast-tracking the development of the generation sector by developing both mega-scale conventional power plants and renewable energy (RE)-based capacity and involving the private sector. EEHC...

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Egypt: Growth in Electricity Transmission Network

As of June 2021, Egypt’s transmission network comprised about 31,084 km of line length at the 132 kV, 220 kV and 400-500 kV voltage levels. Of the total line length, the majority or about 68.82 per cent was at 220 kV, followed...

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Egypt: Installed Capacity, Generation and Consumption

Egypt, the third most populous country in Africa, is steadily moving towards the adoption of clean energy generation and its integration into the national grid. The country’s electricity sector is dominated by the state-owned...

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Indonesia: Planned Generation and Transmission Capacity

As per PLN’s Rencana Usaha Penyediaan Tenaga Listrik (RUPTL) or the Electricity Business Supply Plan 2021–30, Indonesia’s electricity demand is expected to increase from 12,378 GWh in 2022 to 19,106 GWh in 2030, with an expected...

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Indonesia: Growth in Electricity Transmission Network

As of December 2021, Indonesia’s transmission network comprised 58,826 circuit km (ckm) of alternating current (AC) lines at the 150 kV to 500 kV voltage levels. Of the total, 82.8 per cent of the transmission lines were at the...

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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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