Media Coverage

Zawya - Egypt Energy Forum to Provide Platform on Developments and Opportunities in Arab World's Most Populous Country Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Egypt's renewables energy sector presents a potential opportunity of more than...
African Review - Egypt’s renewable energy sector has a potential opportunity of around US$13bn for private sector financing over the next five years, according to industry reports. As the North African...
The Cairo Post: Although political turmoil in the MENA region has been blamed for hindering development projects, many energy specialists say other factors are actually causing the investment halt. “The decisive factor to...
The Cairo Post: The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is becoming an attractive market for investors in renewable energy, as many governments are pushing toward sustainability, according to a number of...
National Geographic Magazine: Egypt's political dysfunction has also scuppered a few projects. A planned 200-megawatt solar farm in the south was canceled because the country had no parliament to accept bids for the project, nor any policy that would...
The Foreign Policy magazine has conducted a comprehensive interview with Mr. Amer Barghouth, Private Investments Project Manager at the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEEE), as one of the leading global professionals in the field of renewable energy and a role model in flexible and forward thinking global...
(MENAFN - Muscat Daily): The second Arab Forum for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency began in Hurghada City, Egypt on Wednesday.  The sultanate's delegation to the two-day forum is being led by Dr Ali bin Hamad al Ghafri, assistant chairman for...
Aslan Media: On this week's podcast, host Michael Brooks speaks with sustainable energy expert Amer Barghouth of the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency about what the MENA region is doing to improving energy efficiency, create...
Al Monitor - The 2013 Arab Future Energy Index (AFEX) assesses the progress made by countries in energy efficiency, according to four evaluation axes, namely: energy pricing, policy framework,...

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