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100 1 Khalfallah, Ezzedine.
245 10 Energy-Efficient Air Conditioning|h[electronic resource] :
|bA Case Study of the Maghreb /|cEzzedine Khalfallah.
260 Washington, D.C. :|bThe World Bank,|c2016.
300 1 online resource (1 p.)
490 1 Energy Sector Management Assistance Program Papers
520 3 Four countries in the Maghreb region of North Africa -
Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia are facing the common
challenge of a rapid increase in energy demand, in
particular for electricity, linked to population growth
and rising standards of living. Peak demand in these
countries has increased in recent years, at an estimated
average of 6 percent annually between 2004 and 2013.
Electricity generation capacity has been ramped up
significantly each year to cope with this rapid increase
in demand. It is estimated that the Maghreb will need to
double its installed generation capacity by 2020 if it is
to keep pace with the rising demand. This study focuses on
four countries of the Maghreb, namely Algeria, Morocco,
Tunisia, and Libya. However, given the political situation
and the lack of information in Libya, the analyses are
often confined to three countries: Algeria, Morocco, and
Tunisia. This report is divided into six sections that
focus on the following topics: 1) Energy challenges facing
the Maghreb; 2) Overview of air-conditioning systems in
the region; 3) Analysis of the current market; 4) Outlook
on market developments and challenges; 5) Policies,
measures, and tools to enhance energy efficiency; and 6)
Recommendations for transforming the air-conditioning
market in the Maghreb-a way forward.
700 1 Ben Hassine, Hassen.
700 1 El Khamlichi, Samira.
700 1 Khalfallah, Ezzedine.
700 1 Missaoui, Rafik.
830 0 Energy Sector Management Assistance Program Papers
830 0 World Bank e-Library.
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