Saudi Arabia invests in CSP

Saudi Arabia invests in CSP

Renewable Energy Policy Design in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has big plans for Renewable Energy with a target of 9.5GW by 2023. The government intends to invest between $30 billion and $50 billion across 60 projects, with 1 GW of capacity earmarked for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP), according to the Renewable Energy Project Development Office (REPDO), established in February 2017 to implement the country’s National Renewable Energy Program (NREP).

Saudi Arabia aims to exceed its target to generate 9.5 gigawatts of electricity from renewable energy, to highlight its long-term commitment to green energy and to give investors a sense of comfort that the Kingdom has a long-term vision for renewable energy.

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Tenders 2018 for energy projects

Tenders 2018 for energy projects

Tenders 2018 for energy projects in the Middle East and North Africa Region

Interested in the Tenders 2018? This is a Top 10 list of renewable energy tender forecast for 2018 and beyond.

With some of the highest solar radiation levels in the world and its windy coastlines, the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) is a natural home for renewable energy. Read More

G20 Summit: India and Saudi Arabia rejected world climate ambitions

Climate change, CO2 emission

An atlas of pollution: the world in carbon dioxide emissions

The final declaration of the G20 summit in Antalya (Turkey) seems to be not an great start for the next climate summit in Paris. Especially India and Saudi Arabia will not cooperate. To limit the rise in global temperature to below two degrees Celsius, all countries must reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

India and Saudi Arabia have rejected an ambitious climate agreement at the next summit in Paris.

Even after twenty hours of negotiations, both countries refused to agree a passage which included periodic monitoring of the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

 

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Saudi Arabia’s $109 billion solar bet

Carbon, Energy, CO2, Solar Power, Renewables, Saudi Arabia, oil

Imagine a country that runs entirely on solar power and other renewable energy source. A city that generates entirely no carbon and no waste.

Saudi Arabia wants to grow to one of the biggest solar power producers of the world.

One of the richest countries in the world have turned to bonds to get money.

The oil country wants to invest in alternatives to fossil fuels. By 2032, Saudi Arabia’s goal is to generate 52 gigawatts.  Read More