Jordan is heavily dependent on oil imports from neighbouring countries to meet its energy requirements. The huge cost associated with energy imports creates a financial burden on the national economy.
As part of the recent announcement of the 6th Middle East and North Africa Solar Conference 2014 (MENASOL, 6-7 May, Dubai), PV Insider has produced “PV in MENA: Turning Policy
Algeria wants to start construction before 2014, within the National Program for the Development of Renewable Energy, and receive another 60 plants by 2020. The goal is to install 22MW
The public Saline Water Conversion Corporation of Saudi Arabia (SWCC) has announced that it will create the largest solar desalination plant in the world in the Khafji province (in the
The case of renewable energy in the Saudi kingdom enters a new practical phase thanks to the atlas of renewable energy developed by KA Care in which local and international
According to the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, the six member countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council have begun building solar plants with investments amounting to US$155 billion. These plants
Tre will be six sectors that could establish pilot clusters and be supported under this Call, namely Renewable energy, Food, Aquatic resources, Sustainable tourism, Education and lifelong learning, and Research and