In 2019, only Uganda, the Central African Republic, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo had renewable energy make up 90% of their total energy consumption. Africa currently leads the world in renewable energy consumption.
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Africa is the only area in the world where renewable energy sources actually dominate energy consumption, as Statista’s Martin Armstrong demonstrates in the infographic below using data from the United Nations Energy Statistics Pocketbook 2022 (read below).
In 2019, only Uganda, the Central African Republic, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo had renewable energy make up 90% of their total energy consumption.
With 96.2 percent, the latter actually came close to reaching 100%. On the other hand, developed economies like the United States (9.9%), Germany (17.2%), and Japan (7.9%) were still far from accomplishing the transition to green energy.
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