[NEWS] How African Governments can Achieve Energy-related SDGs



由於包括孟加拉國,埃塞俄比亞,印度,肯尼亞和坦桑尼亞在內的一些國家的成功,每年獲得電力的人數正在加速增長。 電網電氣化一直是2000年以來獲得幾乎所有能源的來源,並且很可能仍然是許多家庭最有利的選擇,特別是在人口密度更高的地區。

According to the United Nations, the world is not on track to achieving energy-related Sustainable Development Goals for universal energy access and increasing renewables and energy efficiency though considerable progress has been made in global energy access.

The number of people without access to electricity fell to around 1 billion in 2016 from 1.7 billion in 2000 says a policy brief published by the International Energy Association (IEA).

The number of people gaining access to electricity each year is accelerating, due to strong successes in some countries, including Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, and Tanzania. Grid electrification has been the source of almost all energy access gained since 2000 and is likely to remain the most favorable option for many households, especially in more densely populated areas.

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