Afghanistan

National Renewable Energy Policy (ANREP)

Executive
Policy
Passed in 2015
The National Renewable Energy Policy (ANREP) aims to mainstream renewable energy in the national energy sector planning to deploy them in different capacities and through different projects in the country. The policy aims to provide a direction to the renewable energy (REN) sector. The Policy is aligned to the Power Sector Master Plan (PSMP) and the Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS) to set a framework for deployment of REN and it connects with the Rural Renewable Energy Policy (RREP) to ensure an implementation of the policy guidelines in the rural energy sector. 

The Policy sets the following target : to deploy 350-450 MW of REN capacity by 2032, which is equivalent of 10% of the total energy mix of 3500-4500 MW as per the targets of PSMP. To achieve the target, the policy promote the involvement of the private sector, government and non-government organisations and donors.

The Policy will be implemented in two terms : TERM 1 (2015- 2020) will create the activities for the development of REN sector particularly in the PPP mode; TERM 2 (2021-2032) will deploy REN in full commercialization mode. 

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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