Latest in Tag: solar Highlight
Latest in Tag: solar
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) projects that in most countries, solar PV will be the cheapest form of new electricity generating capacity by 2030. It predicts several major shifts in power markets.
Acwa will not negotiate MoU until projects are decided upon
$12bn investment to produce 10,000 MW in 5 years, says Abunayyan
France recently announced plans to install 1,000 kilometers of solar roadways. But why solar-paneled roads? How do they work? Are they really worth the cost? DW’s environment desk takes a look at the pros and cons.
There were no other requests and all applicants were granted approval, says EEUCPRA Director of Licensing
Egypt needs to add about 8GW of renewable power to its energy mix
The Ministry of Electricity handled the process cooperatively, says KarmSolar CEO
In December, the first plant of a gigantic thermal solar power complex on the edge of the Sahara will go online. But this does not fulfill a former dream of exporting such power to Europe – which is still a long way off. Bold plans to use desert sun to supply northern energy needs were …
Overcoming Africa’s energy deficits will require investments of more than $60bn every year until 2040, report read
By Ahmed S. Nada, First Solar Governments, utility companies and private enterprises around the world have rapidly been embracing the potential to tap into our most abundant energy resource – the sun – and for good reason: the amount of sunlight that reaches the Earth’s surface every six minutes is sufficient to produce more electricity …
By Ahmed S. Nada Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, the late Richard Smalley, once ranked the “top 10 problems of humanity for the next 50 years”. Interestingly, energy and water came in first and second on that list. His rationale for energy featuring at the top was that most, if not all, of the other problems …
‘Invest in Egypt 2014’ conference kicks off in Abu Dhabi, amid speculation on the country’s potential for green energy
Investors welcome the move to reduce energy subsidies, but ask government to protect the poor from expected price jumps through social programmes
The government “will not be able to prevent electrical power cuts,” but promises to reduce energy consumption
The Electricity Ministry would first make available $200m in funds in order to purchase and distribute 400,000 tonnes of mazut fuel oil as part of a strategic reserve for the country’s electricity stations.
Lost in translation: energy subsidies
ARES to trade 10% of its shares in NILEX