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Renewable energy in Afghanistan

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Renewable energy in Afghanistan

Wind farm in Panjshir Province

Renewable energy in Afghanistan ranges from biomass, hydropower, solar, wind energy in Afghanistan.[1]

Contents

  • Biomass energy 1
  • Hydropower energy 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Biomass energy

Traditional biomass energy supplies to 85% of energy demand, such as from wood and dung.

Hydropower energy

Currently there is a 304 MW installed capacity of electricity generated by hydropower, in which 183 MW are in operation.

See also

References

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