At a glance
Angola electricity access reaches more than 80% in urban while is limited to 6% in rural areas. Access to non solid fuels reached more than 44% in 2014
Angola is part of The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), that recently adopted the White Paper of CEEAC and CEMAC on a Regional policy for universal access to modern energy services and economic and social development (2014-2030), adopting specific targets regarding energy access, energy efficiency and renewable energies – in line with the Sustainable Energy for All initiative. Additionally, the Republic of Angola has decided to officially opt-in the Sustainable Energy for All initiative and the goals of universal energy access, efficient use of resources and utilization of Angola’s endogenous potential are also goals of the 2025 Angola Long Term Strategy, that foresee achieving 60% access by 2025.
The country prepared a Rapid Assessment / Gap analysis through a comprehensive desk review and stakeholder consultation covering government ministries and departments, utilities, private sector and development partners in Angola. Subsequently the country started the development of the Action Agenda and Investment prospectus with the technical assistance of the SEforALL Africa Hub, and supported by the establishment on inter-ministerial working groups. The AA and IP have been validated on August 26, 2016.
A focal in the Minister of Energy has been established to follow the SEforALL processes.
Director of Electricity,
Minister of Energy and Water.
News from Angola
|SEforALL Action Agenda Objectives||2030|
|Electricity Access, national||100%|
|Access to clean cooking, national||100%|
|Renewable Energy Output||>85%|
|Renewable Energy Consumption||42%|
|Energy Efficiency||-1% yearly|
|Country Action Documents||Status|
|Access to electricity (% of population)||35.1%||33.9%||32%||40.5%|
|Urban (% of urban population)||78.3%||74.3%||51%||16.0%|
|Rural (% of rural population)||6.2%||5.0%||3%||70.7%|
|Access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking (% of population)||39.4%||43.5%||47.6%||48.1%|
|Population, total||21.2 Million||22.7 Million||24.2 Million||28.8 Million|
|Renewable energy consumption (% of total final energy consumption)||54.2%||52.2%||50.8%||-|
|Renewable electricity output (% of total electricity output)||68.0%||60.8%||53.2%||-|
|Electric power consumption (kWh per capita)||227.2||242.7||347.2||-|