Installed Renewable Energy Capacity
Key Players
  • Djibouti Social Development Agency (Agence Djiboutienne de Developpement Sociale) (ADDS)
  • Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (MERN),
  • Electricity of Djibouti (Electricité de Djibouti) (EdD),
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance (Ministére de L’Economie et des Finances, Charge de L’Industrie et de la Planification)
  • Djiboutian Agency for Energy Management (Agence Djiboutienne de Maîtrise de l’Energie) (ADME)
  • National Energy Commission (Commission Nationale de l’Energie - CNE)
  • Vision 2035 (2014)
  • Law No 88 (2015)
  • Djibouti National Energy Master Plan
  • Djibouti-Solar Irradiation and PV Power Potential Maps
  • USAID Djibouti Power Africa Fact Sheet
  • IRENA RE Resource data
  • Unlocking Solar Capital
  • Africa Power Sector: Planning and Prospects for Renewable Energy
  • Djibouti Renewables Readiness Assessment
  • Energy Profile Djibouti_ UNEP
  • Diesel to Solar Transformation
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Key Economic Indicators
  • GDP (current)
    USD 1.84 Billion
    in 2017
  • GDP growth rate (current)
    in 2017
  • WB Ease of doing business rank
    in 2018
  • Foreign direct investment
    USD 165.0 Million
    in 2017
  • Lending interest rate to private sector
    in 2017
  • Domestic Credit to Private Sector
    in 2017
Key Energy Indicators
  • Electric power consumption per capita
    in 2014
  • Share of electricity from RE in grid
    in 2015
Sovereign Credit Rating
  • Standard & Poor's
  • Moody's
  • Fitch
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