Brunei Darussalam

Climate targets: Energy

    • Reduce total energy consumption by 63% by 2035 compared to a Business-As-Usual (BAU) scenario.
      Energy | Target year: 2035
    • Increase the share of renewables so that 10% of the total power generation is sourced from renewable energy by 2035
      Energy | Target year: 2035
    • Reduce energy consumption to 10% from the Business-As-Usual (business as usual) scenario which is about 4.5%t of the total targeted energy intensity reduction by 2035 against a 2005 baseline
      Energy | Base year target | Target year: 2035 | Base year: 2005
      Source:

      Executive | 2013

    • In the commercial sector, 41% reduction which is about 18.5% of the total targeted energy intensity reduction by 2035 against a 2005 baseline
      Energy | Base year target | Target year: 2035 | Base year: 2005
      Source:

      Executive | 2013

    • Increase efficiency in the power generation from 23% to more than 45% by 2035 against a 2005 baseline
      Energy | Base year target | Target year: 2035 | Base year: 2005
      Source:

      Executive | 2013

    • In the residential sector, reduce energy consumption to 36% from the Business-As-Usual (business as usual) scenario which is about 16.2% of the total targeted energy intensity reduction by 2035 against a 2005 baseline
      Energy | Base year target | Target year: 2035 | Base year: 2005
      Source:

      Executive | 2013

    • 45 percent energy intensity reduction by 2035 (with 2005 as the base year) by 2035 against a 2005 baseline
      Energy | Intensity target | Target year: 2035 | Base year: 2005
      Source:

      Executive | 2013

    • Increase the share of renewable energy in the total power generation mix by 2.7 percent or 124,000 MWh by 2017 and by 10 percent or 954,000 MWh by 2035
      Energy | Trajectory target | Target year: 2035 | Base year: 2013
      Source:

      Executive | 2013

For further analysis of the NDC, see Brunei Darussalam country profile on
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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