Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Mamdouh Al-Wali
According to Egypt’s energy consumption distribution during the past year, the natural gas came at the top with 54.5%; followed by oil, 38.6%; then hydropower, 3.1%; coal, 2.1%, and renewable energy (from the sun and wind) 1.5%.
The relative distribution of energy consumption in Egypt ten years ago, i.e. in 2009, showed that the consumption of natural gas came first by 50%, oil by 45%, hydropower by 3.8%, coal by 0.8%, and renewable energy by 0.3%.
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