AlgeriaApril 25, 2020
EgyptApril 25, 2020
Djibouti’s energy needs are met primarily through imported oil products and traditional biomass fuels. Around 70% of Djibouti’s domestic electricity consumption comes from hydropower that is imported from Ethiopia through interconnected grids. The remaining 30% come from locally installed diesel fuel generation capacity. Djibouti’s power production and delivery are costly, and the country’s network infrastructure is facing frequent power cuts due to lagging maintenance and investment. The country’s growing electricity demand is concentrated mostly in the capital area, whereas the more remote areas have relatively low access to the power grid.
Djibouti’s government aims to achieve 100% renewable energy power production by 2035.
Djibouti is a RCREEE member state since 2014.
We are honored to present RCREEE representatives in Egypt as follows
|Board of Trustees Member
Eng. Abass Aden Atteyeh
Mr. Farah Kaireh Maydal
Under the patronage of His Excellency the Secretary General of the League of Arab States;, the Secretariat of the Arab Ministerial Council for Electricity (Energy Management
June 2021: RCREEE is joining forces with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to support data gathering and analysis on female participation in renewable energy focusing
October 3,2021 Cairo-Egypt: RCREEE secretariat welcomes Dr. Jauad El Kharraz as the new Executive Director for a 3-year term. Following his contract signature, Dr. El Kharraz