solar energy

Water and sand: Is groundwater-based farming in Jordan's desert sustainable?

Water and sand: Is groundwater-based farming in Jordan's desert sustainable?

Sustainability of groundwater-based agriculture is questionable in Jordan’s highland due to...
1
Energy sharing: Egypt becoming a hub?

Energy sharing: Egypt becoming a hub?

Egypt’s potential in being an energy hub in the region has been thoroughly discussed on Monday...
3

300 days of sunlight a year: a look at Jordan's solar sector

Jordan’s latest solar energy deal with a UAE company marks the largest power plant to be built on...
3

The World's Sunniest Country Is Killing Its Solar Power Industry

After 30 years in investment banking, Hisham Tawfik felt confident he could spot a winning venture...
3

Egypt’s first solar-powered village rises from the desert in Bahariya Oasis

Egypt's first solar-powered village has risen from the desert. Located in Bahariya Oasis and...
3

The sun lights up the nights of Ardeh

The municipality of Ardeh inaugurated on Friday 21st October its new solar photovoltaic street...
3

Follow the sun: how Morocco pioneered investment in clean energy

In 1999, there were no iPhones, no social media, and landlines were used to connect to the internet...
3

Egypt and the EBRD join forces to boost MENA PV

Egypt, Morocco and Algeria: in the right direction? The European Bank for Reconstruction and...
3

Jordan: New solar energy projects

“In Jordan, the demand for power is growing rapidly,” said Mouayed Makhlouf, IFC Director for the...
3

It is possible to supply drinking water to a population making exclusive use of solar energy

In the framework of the Spanish - Tunisian cooperation in October 2004 the Technological Institute...
1

Solar power to the people

“I want to convert the entire region to be off-grid. That’s how I see the market. By doing that we...
3

Organic solar cells as an alternative to standard silicon cells

Organic solar cells are considered a competitive alternative to the standard silicon cells that are...
3