Ethiopia, with 93.9% of energy produced from renewable sources, has the most ecological energy mix in the world. This is what the global index of the use of alternative energy sources reveals in the “Global Architecture Performance Index Report 2017”, published by the World Economic Forum (WEF). The sources concerned by this data are hydroelectricity, geothermal energy, solar energy, biomass and nuclear power, among others.

The continent is fairly well placed in this ranking as it places 7 countries in the top 10 of the world ranking. This is Ethiopia, 1st with 93.9%; Zambia 3rd with 88.86% of renewable integration; Mozambique 4th with 87.63%; Tanzania 5th with 85.62%; Kenya 7th with 82.84%; Togo 8th with 80.96% and Nigeria 9th with 80.96%.

Of the 22 African countries taken into account by the ranking, Egypt is the least well ranked country with 4.07% inclusion of renewable in its mix and a ranking of 140th globally. It shares this rear pack with Morocco (9.05%), Tunisia (11.17%), South Africa (13.23%) and Botswana (21.11%).

The global ranking of the 22 African countries taken into account by the index.

1 – Ethiopia (93.90%)

3 – Zambia (88.86%)

4 – Mozambique (87.63%)

5 – Tanzania (85.62%)

7 – Kenya (82.84%)

8 – Togo (82.31%)

9 – Nigeria (80.96%)

12 – Eritrea (77.73%)

13 – Ivory Coast (73.65%)

15 – Zimbabwe (70.42%)

16 – Cameroon (70.14%)

18 – Sudan (68.24%)

20 – Democratic Republic of the Congo (59.52%)

23 – Benin (54.62%)

30 – Ghana (47.93%)

33 – Senegal (46.09%)

65 – Namibia (23.01%)

67 – Botswana (21.11%)

82 – South Africa (13.23%)

87 – Tunisia (11.17%)

95 – Morocco (9.05%)

104 – Egypt (4.07%)

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