OPTIONS FOR GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION IN AN
INTEGRATED EAST AFRICAN POWER DEVELOPMENT

ISBN 9987 612 13 X

TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of tables
List of figures
Acknowledgement
Preface

INTRODUCTION
1.1 The East African Community
1.2 Project Background
1.3 Implementation Issues
1.4 Climate Change Overview

EAST AFRICAN ENERGY RESOUCES
2.1 Overview of the EAC Energy Sector
2.2 Energy Mix and Planning
2.3 Biomass (Fuelwood, Charcoal, Biogas, Bio-Wastes)
2.4 Renewable Energy Sources
2.5 Resources for Power Generation
2.6 Greenhouse Gas Inventories for the Energy Sector

CURRENT POWER SITUATION
3.1 Tanzania Power Situation
3.2 Kenya Power Situation
3.3 Uganda Power Situation
3.4 Existing and Potential East African Power Cooperation

BASELINE SCENARIO
4.1 Power Demand Forecasts
4.2 Power Development in the Baseline Scenario

MITIGATION SCENARIO ANALYSIS
5.1 Methodological Issues
5.2 Electricity Flows In The Mitigation Scenario
5.3 Costing and Cost Curve for the Mitigation Options

CONCLUSIONS
6.1 Results of the RPGACMO Analysis
6.2 Other Benefits from Integrated EA Power Planning
6.3 Clean Development Mechanism Opportunities
6.4 Barriers to Implementation of the Mitigation Options