92% of Sudan’s primary energy consumption is from fossil fuels, with 8% accounting for hydro. Yet, current installed capacity is for 60% from hydropower. The country is making efforts to further integrate other renewable energy resources, and aims to have 50% of electricity generation come from renewable energy by 2031, excluding hydro. Sudan also adopted a NEEAP in 2013 and has set cumulative energy efficiency targets of 11,8%, aiming at 32% by 2020.
Sudan is a RCREEE member state since 2008.