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At the end of my talk I want to switch the point of view to an other aspect of the Extraeuropean option for an energy supply
with wind power. I roughly want to sketch the idea to combine CO2 reduction and development aid. Therefore I will compare to potential partners within a new
Morocco and Germany:
The population of the developing country is about 36% of the German population.
the electric consumption per capita is 7% of the consumption in Germany.
The GDP is just 1.7% of ours. It really is a poor country.
In Germany we
spend 2.2 % of Germany's GDP on electricity, which is more than the total Moroccan GDP.
If the EU would decide to produce 10% of its electricity in Morocco
(equivalent to 40% of Germanys consumption), the total investment in wind parks is on the one side only 3.3% of our annual GDP or 1 ½ times our annual
expenditures for electricity. On the other side it is 2 times the actual GDP of Morocco.
So the decision for us would mean to get relatively cheap
electricity and for Morocco it could provide development aid that would last for some decades.