The answer to who wants to dominate the world’s green energy markets? would certainly not be the United States with their retrieving their invaluable presence from the world’s fighting climate change movement and above all with their deep engagement in their Shale oil & gas exploration and production. In so far as the MENA region […]
The Oxford Business Group in the proposed article on Tunisia opting strongly for renewables. The country is one of those countries of the MENA not provided by natural oil resources in its territory. It is in the background of high solar radiation and growing demand for energy, that the North African countries are gradually becoming a […]
At the dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, here are Dénes Csala, Lecturer in Energy Storage Systems Dynamics at Lancaster University and Sgouris Sgouridis, Associate Professor of Engineering Systems and Management, Masdar Institute bringing us the good news in this article published by The Conversation . We reproduce excerpts not only for their obvious narrative but also for their dissemination character to which we would like to think we are contributing. According to Renewable Energy, this is generated from natural resources such as the sun, wind, and water, using technology which ensures that the energy stores are naturally replenished. The MENA countries having missed earlier Industrial Revolutions, is known to be at present preparing for the forthcoming fourth one with varying degrees of assiduity. Generally, it is those petro economies that from amongst the lot are doing best as witnessed by the jump forward of the Masdar City project and 100% renewable by 2050 for most countries is already top of all government agendas in Europe and Asia. Is it the case for all other countries of the MENA region?
Further to our “Something” could happen on the Paris Agreement, here is what could be a follow on variation on the same theme but this time with a comforting feel that after all our future will not depend on the whimsical behaviour of one individual but rather on the increasingly plummeting cost of renewable energy.
According to Global Risk Insights, the MENA region saw over 2 GW of new solar capacity tendered in 2016, and 2017 looks to easily surpass this level as hundreds of billions of Dollars begin to flow into green energy in the Arab world. On April 6th, Middle Eastern nations announced an ambitious energy project to […]
In order to keep ourselves abreast of our recently published article on solar power development, we propose this article of a Gulf daily, the Times of Oman. It does elaborate on an exceptional project not only by its size but also because of its ground-breaking technology utilisation.
The Oman’s Miraah project uses solar energy to produce steam to tap into the country’s heavy oil reserves.
After Morocco’s ambitious but almost wholly concretised plan of a vast Solar Power Plant predicted at the time to be a Hard Act for Africa to follow, here is Tunisia coming onto the scene with its rather modest plan so as to reinforce the Solar Power Plants for North Africa
An article of Renewablesnow published this piece of information that was believed worth republishing on this site.
Tunisia sets two deadlines for 210 MW renewable energy tender
June 22 (Renewables Now) – Tunisia’s Ministry for Energy, Mines and Renewable energies has issued a calendar with two deadlines for a tender calling for the supply of 210 MW of electricity generation capacity from wind and solar photovoltaics.
Bidders are expected to submit offers by noon on November 15, 2017, at the latest for 140 MW of the capacity . . . . .