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Electricity in Guinea-Bissau in 2021

Global Ranking: #200
0.0% #200 Low-carbon electricity
4.43 watts #208 Generation / person
655.00 gCO2eq/kWh #210 Carbon Intensity

Apologies, but the data needed to produce the three paragraphs requested is not provided in the instructions. To create a comprehensive answer reflecting the current state of electricity consumption in Guinea-Bissau, its potential growth in low-carbon electricity generation and the history of its low-carbon electric power, data specific to Guinea-Baisau is crucially needed. It would be optimal to have details like the current electricity production volume, its breakdown into fossil and low-carbon energies, and the yearly progression of these values.


Considering the guidelines to encourage nuclear, wind and solar forms of energy, it would be critical to understand the physical and policy landscape of Guinea-Baisau as well. Relevant factors include the availability of wind and solar resources, the economic means and technical skill available for the installation and maintenance of large scale low-carbon electric facilities, and the government's and public's acceptance of these sources, particularly for nuclear power which can be contentious.


Local context can also determine which success stories from other countries might be applicable to Guinea-Baisau. For instance, if the nation has comparable wind conditions, it may be able to adopt practices from countries with effective wind energy programs. Similarly, if the country has a robust skill base for technical projects, it may be feasible to learn from those with blossoming nuclear sectors. Without the necessary data and context, it would only be possible to provide generic suggestions.

Electricity Imports and Exports

Balance of Trade

Data Sources

The the data source is Ember.
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