A recent study issued by the Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies confirmed that, in recent years, Egypt has been able to achieve a remarkable transformation in the energy sector.
A recent study published by the Egyptian Center for Thought and Studies stated that Egypt plans to increase the supply of electricity generated from renewable sources to 42 percent by 2035.
The government’s concerned ministries (commerce and industry, environment, international cooperation, health, local development, tourism, finance, supply and internal trade) will work on reducing the consumption of plastic bags to 100 bags per capita annually by 2025, and 50 bags per person by 2030, said Fouad.
CAPMAS pointed to “a big improvement” in individual consumption of meat, pourtly, fish and fruits, which increased by 30 percent, 28.2 percent, 26.7 percent, and 22.9 percent respectively.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly ordered the concerned ministries to install water-saving tap devices in all housing units.
The fund-to-be aims to increase consumer capabilities among citizens, he said during the inauguration of a number of national projects earlier today.
The Cabinet announced Sunday that the expenditure of citizens on medical products increased by 80 percent due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
This is part of a plan to substitute all traditional meters across Egypt with prepaid ones within 5 years.
CAPMAS added in a report that the consumption of oil and natural gas also declined to 6.6 million tons in July on a year-on-year basis.
The Supreme Council for Planning and Urban Development approved on Tuesday the establishment of the National Project for Poultry Investment across nine zones.
He added that the average sugar consumption ranges between 230,000 to 240,000 tons per month.
he consumption of the high quality 95-octane fuel has increased to around 350-400 tons daily, a source in the petroleum sector said Wednesday.
Normal consumption rates do not exceed 37,000 tons a day.
Egypt’s production of natural gas increased in December 2017 to reach 3.4 million tons, up from 2.7 million tons in December 2016.
Consumption of diesel declined in December 2017 by around 57,000 tons, compared to the same month a year earlier.
The companies aim to refine around 16 million tons of crude in 2018/19 to help satisfy domestic needs from petroleum products.
The drop is attributed to a decline in the area of cultivated cotton.
The Petroleum Ministry announced a plan to completely settle the dues before the end of 2020.
Diesel consumption in the same period was 3.419 million tonnes compared with 3.680 million tonnes a year before.
The Mediterranean’s largest gas field Zohr will start production in the second half of November.