Clean energy

New solar park to ease Iraqi governorate's power shortage

A solar energy park to be funded by the European Union is expected to help lessen Dohuk's daily power cuts in two years.

Joe Snell | Clean energy | févr. 20, 2020
al-monitor The governor of Duhok, Farhad Atrushi, signs a letter of agreement with the United Nations Development Programme to set up the district’s first solar energy park, Erbil, Iraq. Photo by Mohsin Khalil Mohammed/UNDP Iraq/2020.

How this solar energy project will meet Palestinians’ electricity needs

The Palestine Investment Fund is carrying out a project to build solar energy power stations in the Palestinian territories in order to meet electricity needs.

Ahmad Abu Amer | Clean energy | nov. 10, 2019

Palestine seeks to achieve energy independence

Seeking to reduce its huge dependence on Israel, Palestine is set to establish waste-to-energy and solar power projects.

Entsar Abu Jahal | Clean energy | oct. 29, 2018

Young Egyptian engineers race ahead in electric vehicles

Nine teams of Egyptian engineering students qualified for a mentorship program and funding to build their own designs and compete in Egypt's first electric vehicle competition.

Marc Espanol | Clean energy | oct. 16, 2018

Egypt launches massive wind farm

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi launched several projects, including one of the largest wind farms in the world, which experts say will help the country overcome its crippling power crisis.

Muhammad Ghamrawy | Nuclear Power | juil. 29, 2018