3 edition of Wood resources, consumption and demand, and electrical energy options for Zinder, Niger found in the catalog.
Wood resources, consumption and demand, and electrical energy options for Zinder, Niger
Emmanuel Kobla Glakpe
by Arid Lands Natural Resources Committee, University of Arizona in Tucson, Ariz
Written in English
|Statement||E. K. Glakpe, S. Smith.|
|Series||Final report of the Natural Resource Planning Project for the Province of Zinder, Niger -- appendix 4., Sahel, documents and dissertations -- NG 121.|
|Contributions||Smith, Stephen Edgerly., University of Arizona. Arid Lands Natural Resources Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
Downloadable (with restrictions)! About 23% of energy derived from woody sources in the U.S. was consumed by households, of which 70% was used by households in rural areas in We investigated factors affecting household-level wood energy consumption in the four continental U.S. regions using data from the U.S. Residential Energy Consumption Survey. Matching Electricity Supply with Demand in Nigeria By A. S. Sambo* all the available energy resources in the coun-try were considered in order to broaden the nation’s energy supply mix and enhance its energy security. 70% to commercial energy consumption in the country. Available data show that coal of sub-bituminousFile Size: KB.
Managing Energy Resources: Case Study on Energy Consumption Pattern. Sunday IBRAHIM 1 and John UKWENYA 2. 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria. 2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo, Nigeria. E-mail: [email protected] * Corresponding author: Phone: +(0) Abstract. Adoption of green concepts in designing of new buildings in India requires energy ratings of the products used. Wood and wood based panel products are still regarded as one of the versatile materials especially in the building and construction sector. However, processing of wood and wood based panel products requires enormous amounts of energy. It is necessary to evaluate these Cited by: 2.
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The Niger Household Energy Project: Promoting Rural Fuelwood Markets and Village Management of Natural Woodlands (World Bank Technical Papers) by Gerald Foley (Author), Willem Floor (Author), Gerard Madon (Author), Elhadji Mahamane Lawali (Author), Pierre Montagne (Author), Kiri Tounao (Author) & 3 moreCited by: The Government of Niger plans to exploit oil, gold, coal, and other mineral resources to sustain future growth.
Although Niger has sizable reserves of oil, the prolonged drop in oil prices has reduced profitability.
Food insecurity and drought remain perennial problems for Niger, and the government plans to invest more in irrigation. A few studies on energy and the wood products industry have been targeted the development of critical performance metrics for energy consumption.
Gopalakrishnan et al. () examined the energy utili-zation profile of the wood manufacturing industry by using certain production parameters such as kWh per thousand board feet (MBF) and dollars Cited by: 1. There has been a recent resurgence of interest in wood energy as part of a sustainable range of renewable energy options.
This book addresses the current gap in the energy and public policy literature for a reference consumption and demand that compiles the most-recent wood energy assessments, and evaluates current and potential future wood energy uses and the role for public policy to foster Cited by: 7.
Not much literature has been cited in the area of energy management in the wood manufacturing industry especially under SIC 24 (NAICS, ). There are some publications in reference to energy savings in the pulp and paper and forest products Size: KB. Since wood Niger book is currently the major source for renewable energy, these targets can be expected to have major implications for the forest sector.
The first part of the study assesses in depth current wood supply and consumption in 29 EU/EFTA countries inusing the "wood resource balance" developed by Mantau (). The tariff class depends on the consumption measured in kWh. the retail tariffs are denominated in Naira.
The electricity consumers are divided into 5 sub categories. Residential: This category is strictly for residential energy consumers; R1 (life line), R2 (single and three phase), R3 (LV maximum demand), R4 (HV maximum demand).
Electricity Consumption in Covenant University for Various end-uses A detailed breakdown of the energy loads (Fig. 2) in Covenant University reveal that both space cooling and lighting represent 29% of the total energy demand, followed by office equipment (especially personal. Demand Indicators: Historical data includes consumption per inhabitant, consumption trends, total consumption by energy source, final consumption by energy source & sector, and, electricity consumption by sector.
Energy Balances: Unique tabular display of the overall energy industry balance per annum, also graphically displayed by energy sub. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.
The role of woodfuels in Africa. According to best current estimates, African woodfuel consumption reached million m 3 in This consumption level means that Africa has the highest per capita woodfuel consumption ( m 3/ year) compared to other continents (e.g.
Asia: m 3 / caput/year). Except the five north African countries and South Africa, all African. Second, while most debates about energy demand focus upon household consumption of electricity and fuels, this only accounts for around one quarter of total energy consumption.
In practice, most of the energy ‘consumed’ by households is ‘embodied’ in non-energy goods and services, with the energy being consumed directly by upstream Cited by: The industrial sector (including the non-combusted use of fuels) currently consumes around half of all global energy and feedstock fuels, with residential and commercial buildings (29%) and transport (21%) accounting for the remainder.
In the ET scenario, the growth of energy consumption in all sectors slows as gains in energy efficiency quicken. tor or through the development of a wood energy market. This publication will fo-cus on the opportunity that exist for the conversion of this biomass to energy.
Amount of Consumption and Resources Wood is an important energy source all over the world. For example, in Denmark energy wood is available in the form of forest chips, fuelwood File Size: 1MB. DEMAND FOR DOMESTIC ENERGY Domestic energy demand is organized around four main fuels: Firewood accounts for almost all domestic energy consumption, 72% en ; GAS, which since the oil production of Ténéré (desert of Niger) is increasing considerably with a consumption in of tons; Mineral coal, whose resource is virtually.
Wood as an Energy Resource analyzes how wood is seen as a possible source of alternative energy and evaluates the extent of its use. The book covers the trends of wood as fuel in different countries, including its current use, value as fuel, comparison with other fuels, supply, delivery, and Edition: 1.
Niger Food Security Brief Page 2 consumption in Niger outpaces available regional stocks and production, and ensuing pressure on prices has a direct impact Similarly, Nigeria is the primary consumer and source of demand for livestock from Niger.
TheFile Size: 2MB. The energy sector is dominated by the high consumption of the residential sub-sector, which is mainly based on wood resources (wood and biomass remnants). Deforestation has long been a problem for Niger, due to the dominant use of traditional biomass resources by the majority of the population.
not takeinto accountthe suppressedtheprojected electricity demand has been translated into demand for grid electricity and peak demand on the bases of assumptions made for transmission and distribution losses, auxiliary consumption, load factor and declining nongrid generation (Energy Information Administration, ).
The dem- and is. the energy consumed in thermal plants can be converted to electrical energy. In the absence of this technology, as currently the case in Nigeria, this figure can be as low as 12% . Of the power that is produced, there is further loss through transmission.
One estimate claims that between 30 and 35% of power generated in Nigerian power stationsFile Size: 1MB. The findings of the study conclude that energy consumption has a significant correlation with economic growth in Nigeria. Onakoya et al. () evaluate the causal connection between energy. With a 10% conservative conversion e ciency, the available solar energy resource is about 23 times the Energy Commission of Nigeria's (ECN) projection of total nal energy demand for Nigeria in the.The amount flared is more than the country's total commercial energy consumption.
Wood fuel consumption According to Schatzle , wood fuel contributed about 5% of the fuel consumption of the Electricity Corp. of Nigeria in /, but this decreased gradually to zero by Cited by: ANALYSIS OF HOUSEHOLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN NIGERIA Kayode, R.1; Akhavan Farshchi2, M.
and Ford, A3. Energy demand unlike other consumption goods is a derived demand as it is not valued The demand for energy (i.e. electricity) in a developing country raises some important.