A selection of infrastructural information, focussing on energy provision and water consumption.
|Available free of charge||Yes|
|In an open and machine-readable format|
|location||http://www.energy.gov.dz/francais/uploads/2017/Bilans_e - Electricity consumption (country aggregates, by sector, including total consumption and total loss of energy and split into consumption by energy type, and by sector), http://www.energy.gov.dz/francais/index.php?page=bilan- - Electricity statistics from Ministry of Energy, http://www.energy.gov.dz/francais/uploads/2017/Bilans_e - Production capacity by administrative zone level 2 (but not by power plants), http://www.energy.gov.dz/francais/index.php?page=bilan- - Electricity statistics from Ministry of Energy, http://www.sda.dz/Fr/?page=article&id=173 - Electricity prices|
|Collected by government||Yes|
|findable_steps||Data found using common keywords in arabic and french. Water data are published on national statistics office, and some power indicators are available at the electricity company website.|
|characteristics||Electricity consumption, Power stations and electric capacity, Prices|
|Collector name||SONELGAZ , Ministry of Energy, National Office of Statistics, Ministère Des Ressources En Eau||Ministry of Energy provides a list of energy infrastructure projects. http://www.energy.gov.dz/francais/index.php?page=bilan-des-realisations-2 SONELGAZ seems to be the largest provider of electricity in Algeria. It is a private company, a “Societé par actions”. It operates outside of Algeria as well. http://www.sonelgaz.dz/?page=article&id=33. Ministry of Energy publishes Sonelgaz statistics. There is a national ministry for water and environment (“Ministère Des Ressources En Eau): http://www.mree.gov.dz/?lang=fr. The “Ministère Des Ressources En Eau” published a list of infrastructural programs to ensure access to drinking water: http://www.mre.gov.dz/eau/eau-potable/?lang=ar NSO indicates that it provides infrastructural data on water access points and water infrastructure (e.g. dams per municipality)|