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Syria’s energy sector has been heavily affected by the ongoing hostilities. Prior to the conflict, Syria was a leading natural gas and oil producer in the region. The energy sector accounted for a fourth of government income. Syria is facing difficulties in providing for domestic energy demand, such as electricity service, heating and fuel oil, which results in frequent blackouts.
94% of generated electricity comes from conventional thermal power plants based on oil and gas, whereas 6% come from hydropower. The government has set a 30% from renewable energy resources by 2030.
Syria is a RCREEE member state since 2008.
We are honored to present RCREEE representatives in Syria as follows
|Board of Trustees Member|
Dr. Younis Ali (Chairman)
Ms. Nour Khadrah
The Center and the United Nations Development Program organize a workshop on “Contract Documents for 50 MW Solar and Wind Energy Projects in Syria”
The Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency and the United Nations Development Program in Syria organized a capacity building workshop on “Contract Documents for
June 2021: Following the submission of CTCN membership request, RCREEE joins CTCN and its efforts to deliver technology solutions, capacity building and implementation advice to developing