Valuing the Joint Effect of Adult Literacy and Economic Growth on Renewable Energy Consumption in African Zone

Abstract

Renewable energy has been considered as the optimistic sources generating from natural resources, able to restock easily and without harming environmental damages, ensures enviornemntal sustainability. In the developing and underdeveloped economies, renewable energy accelerates the wheel of economic growth and development with enhancing the new innovation and enhancing the life-standard of people. The paper aims to investigate the effect of independent variables (General and Socio-economic basis) on consuming renewable energy in zonal-wise. Moreover, the author wants to investigate the joint effect of economic growth (EG) and average literacy rate (ALR) on consuming renewable energy on time-series database from World Bank (WB). Lastly, after measuring joint hypothesis, it is investigated that EG*ALR has joint effect on model in North African Zone (NAZ), Eastern African Zone (EAZ) and Western African Zone (WAZ).

Citation: Tanbir Hossain  (2022) Valuing the Joint Effect of Adult Literacy and Economic Growth on Renewable Energy Consumption in African Zone, International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability, Vol.10, No.4, pp.52-73

 

Keywords: Renewable Energy, Sustainability, average literacy rate, economic growth

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/ijdes.13/vol10n45270

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 52-70 (Download PDF)

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