Renewable Energy Development Strategy

This Strategy defines how government plans to foster the production and use of renewable energy in the country. It recognises the importance of renewable energies for economic development, energy security and sustainability.

Priorities identified are to provide financial incentives, and to formulate and improve laws and regulations to facilitate renewable energy development. In rural areas, the strategy focuses on fostering private sector investments, developing small-scale production, including from biofuels, solar and biomass, and electricity generation at village level using waste from agriculture, biogas and hydropower.

Quantified targets

10% transport energy from biofuel by 2025

Transportation | Biofuels | Base Year Target | Base year: 2025

30% renewable of total energy consumption by 2025

Energy | Renewable Energy | Base Year Target | Base year: 2025

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