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Infinity Solar Systems is preparing to establish four projects to produce energy from solar plants and wind farms in the second phase of the feed-in tariff (FIT) project. The company intends to produce 133 MW in total from the four plants. Human and managerial resources manager at the company, Hesham El-Gamal, said that the company …
Delegation of EBRD board of directors to visit Egypt this week to meet Ismail and discuss ways of cooperation, say sources
Institutions await the announcement of the feed-in tariff’s second phase to officially negotiate with companies
Station considered to be first in Egypt, annually saving up to 600,000 liter of diesel, avoiding emission of 1,620 tonnes of carbon dioxide, says CEO
30 companies to review with the minister the problems facing feed-in tariff projects
The government’s plans to develop renewable energy is to blame for mismanagement and unfair practices, says Hesham Tawfik
A newly leaked TTIP draft plays into fears that the the free trade deal will force Europe to lower its regulatory standards – sparking renewed worry for climate protection and development of renewable energy.
As EU and US negotiators have begun a new round of talks on the TTIP free trade pact, Greenpeace has published leaked documents, saying they would show Germany’s drive toward renewable energy is in ‘mortal danger.’
Spanish renewable energy group Gamesa has agreed combine its wind power business with those of Germany’s Siemens in a deal that will create one of the world’s largest makers of wind turbines.
EFG Hermes and EDP Renováveis S.A., reach agreement on the sale of a portfolio of 23 wind farms in Portugal, Spain, France, and Belgium
Cabinet is currently reconsidering the purchase of renewable energy equipment from the private sector
Energy purchasing tariff is not appropriate, and small and medium projects should be priority, according to new and renewable energy companies
Germany’s renewable energy reforms ‘a step backwards’
A new renewable energy report shows that around the world, $286 billion was invested in renewables in 2015 – the most ever. But the head of the network behind the report says that’s not enough to protect the climate.
The bank settled EGP 2bn of non-performing debts from July 2015 until the end of April 2016, says Aboul Fotouh
The company is negotiating with four local banks to finance a solar power plant for $100m
Egypt is an ideal model for attracting companies operating in the solar power sector, says Acwa Power Egypt director
The company has invested $13m to generate 13MW in sub Saharan Africa, Sudan and Egypt, says INJAZ CEO
A recent study found that some biofuels produce three times the emissions of diesel, justifying an about-face in European Union policy in 2012. But biofuel companies say they are being punished based on bad science.
United Company has been founded with EGP 8m capital holdings, 70% of which AMIC has contributed
Specialised committee formed to study project’s technical and financial aspects: El-Sobky
French Foreign Ministry organised a session to review renewable energy strategies
Four companies miss signing ceremony due to urgent circumstances, and will be allowed to sign Thursday
List includes TAQA Arabia, Cairo Solar, Orascom, Lekela Power, FES, and Nubian
EETC acquires 30% of linking cost to the grid before starting implementation
Bank received funding requests from 67 companies, hundreds of millions of euros were allocated, says director
Project will be offered next week, in cooperation with UAE’s Masdar company, says ACWA Regional Manager
7-day deadline for investors to sign or reject contracts without any amendments to the agreements