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  • Market Assessment Report and Solar Thermal Action Plan for the Mediterranean Region

    Market Assessment Report and Solar Thermal Action Plan for the Mediterranean Region

    “The Mediterranean region is endowed with a significant market potential and could become a frontrunner in the development of solar water heating and cooling technologies in several application areas.” This is one conclusion of the study “Solar Thermal in the Mediterranean Region -...

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  • GCREEDER 2013, Amman

    GCREEDER 2013 is the 4th conference on renewables for desert regions, after three successful ones in 2006, 2009 and 2011. GCREEDER 2011 has attracted professionals from industry and academic fields. This conference is organized by the University of Jordan, in cooperation with various...

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  • Arab Countries /Germany: Kick-off Meeting for ARSOL Certification Programme

    Arab Countries /Germany: Kick-off Meeting for ARSOL Certification Programme

    A new strategy to promote solar thermal technology in the Arab region is bearing fruit: Hosted by the German Institute for Solar and Heating Technology, SWT, the kick-off meeting for the Solar Water Heaters Certification Programme (ARSOL) took place in the south of Germany at the...

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  • Solar Water Heaters Development in MENA Region (2009)

    This is a presentation from Dr. Mohamad Kordab (Energy Expert of the Damascus University) during the “Solar Thermal Applications workshop” held in Syria. The event was jointly organized by the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), regional organizations from...

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  • Initial Market Assessment Report North Africa & Middle East (2011)

    This report is one of the deliverables of the Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative (GSWH Project), co-executed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and funded by the Global...

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  • Saudi Arabia: 25 MWth Plant Produces Heat for Women’s University

    Saudi Arabia: 25 MWth Plant Produces Heat for Women’s University

    Since July, the currently world’s biggest solar thermal plant has gradually come into operation. It produces heat for a women’s university in Saudi Arabia, the Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University inaugurated at the end of 2011. From July onwards, students and staff have...

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  • Solar Water Heaters in Jordan (2009)

    This presentation was made during the regional workshop “Solar Thermal Applications in Egypt, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Syria and Jordan: Framework Conditions and Private Sector Needs” organised in March 2009, in Cairo, Egypt. The presentation reviews in detail the solar water...

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  • SWHs Industry in Syria. Current Situation & Prospects (2009)

    This presentation was made during the Workshop on Solar Thermal Applications in Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan which took place in Cairo, on 24 March 2009. The document includes vast information on Syria (energy indicators, an assessment of the energy sector, analysis of the electricity...

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  • The Renewables Market in MENA – Opportunities and Challenges (2010)

    This document produced by the law firm Freshfields provides a rich overview of the use of renewable energy sources in the Middle East and North Africa region, also known as MENA region. It includes country briefings on Saudi Arabia, UAE, Dubai, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, Syria and...

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