Sustainable Energy in Africa: Cogeneration and Geothermal in the East and Horn of Africa - Status and prospects

Edited by Stephen Karekezi and Waeni Kithyoma


Table of contents

List of tables

List of figures

List of boxes

List of abbreviations and acronyms

Acknowledgements

Notes on contributors

PART I             INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

        Stephen Karekezi and Waeni Kithyoma

1.             INTRODUCTION

            Rationale and motivation for the study

            Approach and methodology

            Summary of key findings and policy recommendations

2.             RENEWABLES IN AFRICA – STATUS AND PROSPECTS

            Energy in Africa – an overview

Renewable technologies in Africa – an overview

Benefits of renewables for the African energy sector

Overcoming barriers to wider dissemination of renewables

References

PART II   COUNTRY CASE STUDIES

3.             KENYA

      Paul Mbuthi and David Yuko

            Overview of Kenya’s energy sector

Analysis of geothermal resources in Kenya

Cogeneration in Kenya’s sugar industry

References

Appendices
 

4.             ETHIOPIA

      Woldemariam Wolde-Ghiorgis

            Overview of the energy sector and status of dissemination of RETs in Ethiopia

Prospects for geothermal energy development in Ethiopia

Challenges facing the dissemination of RETs in Ethiopia

Merits and demerits of geothermal and cogeneration developments in Ethiopia

Conclusions and recommendations

References

Appendices

5.             TANZANIA

      Florence Gwang’ombe and Ngosi Mwihava

Background on the energy sector in Tanzania

Bagasse cogeneration in Tanzania – status and prospects

Geothermal energy potential in Tanzania

References

Annexes

6.             UGANDA

      Simon P. Engorait and Geoffrey Kamese

            Overview of Uganda’s energy sector

Analysis of geothermal resources

Cogeneration in Uganda’s sugar industry

Conclusions

Recommendations

            Bibliography

            Appendices

 Index