ZAMBIA’S ENERGY MIX AND CLIMATE CHANGE: THE NEED FOR ENERGY DIVERSIFICATION 3,493.5
13 February 2023
0MW producing 16MW CHARCOAL USE: DEFORESTATION AND CARBON EMISSION Access to energy is at the centre of social and economic development around the globe and It is particularly critical in developing countries as the implications for reducing poverty are significant. [...] • Charcoal use makes up a large 2013 and 2015, the number of continued to wane, resulting in sustainability of charcoal share of the energy budgets charcoal kilns produced per the harvesting and the use of production. [...] • Manufacturing • Propane enrichment of biomethane the poor to overcome the financial entry barrier of costly appliances • Quarrying • Leisure and hospitality and cylinders. [...] LOW HANGING FRUIT: INCREASING THE USE OF LPG IN ZAMBIA Mega-Watts (MW) • Adoption of LPG requires investment in infrastructure (import, Cameroon and India—which aims to expand national LPG • Creating a strong enabling environment for LPG via a bulk storage, transportation, and filling facilities and LPG use by providing free connections to an additional 50 million combination of national planning,. [...] Policy makers must determine pricing regimes, and Arofat 2011) and Brazil (Coelho and Goldemberg 2013), to a taxes, and subsidies that are well tailored to enable low income certain extent in Senegal, along with the emerging example of • Adopt and enforce good LP Gas industry standards and practices, • Energy has been identified as an important driving force behind economic households to adopt and.