In its ranking of countries most committed to renewable energy, SolarSuperState ranks Tunisia in the top 3 African countries, alongside Cape Verde and Morocco. A ranking based on cumulative wind power per population.
The ranking is therefore based on electricity generated from two sources, namely, solar energy and wind energy, by calculating the cumulative power per population (W / c, or Watt per Capita)
On the continental front, Tunisia, Cape Verde, and Morocco are at the top of the list of African countries. These countries are doing even better than Switzerland which, according to the report, did not increase its wind power between 2014 and 2015. Morocco and Tunisia are examples for Switzerland concerning the cumulative wind power and the annual increase in wind power, wind capacity.
As for solar energy, Tunisia ranks 9th in Africa with Dijibouti and Botswana, doing better than Morocco, while Algeria ranks 6th, and South Africa ranks first among African countries.
Globally, Tunisia is 46th in wind energy and ranks 94th in solar energy.
Still in terms of solar energy, no Arab country is part of the Top 20. Thus, we find the United Arab Emirates in 42nd place, followed by Jordan (49th), Qatar (50th), and Kuwait (68th).