National Inter-Ministerial Dialogue on Climate Change. Assessing and Developing Policy Options for Addressing Climate Change Mitigation in the Energy Sector of Liberia Augustus V. Goanue National Consultant. Cape Hotel Monrovia, Liberia June 25, 2009.
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National Inter-Ministerial Dialogue on Climate Change
Assessing and Developing Policy Options for Addressing Climate Change Mitigation in
the Energy Sector of Liberia
Augustus V. Goanue
June 25, 2009
Why the Energy Sectoris Key for Liberia
Annual Petroleum Products Consumption Trend in Liberia, excluding petroleum-based lubricants, etc. (2000 – 2008)
Source: LPRC (2000 – 2008 Annual Reports)
Energy Sector GHG Emissions in 1999
Source: Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia, 2007
Description of the Energy Sector Cont.
Share of Energy Production Per Source (2008)
Source: Center for Sustainable Energy Technology
Proposed Mitigation Options for the Energy Sector
Proposed Mitigation Options Cont.
An estimated US$1.3 billion investments in various clean (renewable) energy technologies and energy efficiency are needed over the next 6 years to address the effects of climate change across the energy sector.
Key Issues for Assessing Investment and
Financial Flow (I&FF) for the Energy Sector
Recommendations for Conducting Assessment
of I&FF for the Energy Sector