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Report Technical-Explorative Mission "04-17 December 2009" in Camerun - Energy and water resources

19 March 2010
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Report Technical-Explorative Mission "04-17 December 2009" in Camerun
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ENERGY AND WATER RESOURCES: PROGRESSIVE RENOVATION

Ministry of Energy and Water Resources
Director of the Energy Sector: Eng Eduard NKECK


The will of the Cameroon authorities, embodied in the electoral program of President of the Republic ("the great ambition of Cameroon") is to bring the country out from the state of backwardness and underdevelopment. Targets identified (Gross Domestic Product per capita increased by about 1,000 U.S. Dollar U.S. Dollar in 2005 to 5,000 in 2030), very ambitious, requiring the implementation of a plan long-term development of the energy sector (PDSE 2030) . To meet these objectives, the authorities decided to refer to the energy resources of Cameroon most important:
ü hydropower potential (less than 3% is actually used);
ü Important natural gas reserves offshore, sufficient economic development of the country long term;

E 'in that light that the Ministry of Energy has launched the project of the Energy Sector Development Plan (PDSE 2030). The approval of PDSE 2030 provides the one hand, the adoption of measures to combat the emergency related to the fulfillment of the requirements - energy demand of the population, ensure the development of other energy supply up to acceptable risk levels .
There are five basic reasons to invest specifically in the energy sector Cameroon:
1. The country comes from several decades of political stability;
2. The National hydrography allows the Cameroon have the second largest hydropower potential of the entire African continent;
3. The market offers enormous opportunities for investment;
4. There is a legislative and regulatory framework to guarantee the freedom of investment and protection of economic operators;
5. Progress in economic growth.

Electricity Consumption of Resources and Infrastructure
Most of the energy produced in Cameroon come from the Hydroelectric Power Plants installed as part of massive courses spread a bit 'all over the country. Most of the electrical power source comes from hydraulic systems installed within the river basin of the Sanaga River.
However, the theoretical hydropower potential of Cameroon is much higher than that actually used (the Cameroon has the second hydro-electric potential of the African continent).

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