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Emirati, Australian companies consider investing in Egyptian green energy

Emirati, Australian companies consider investing in Egyptian green energy

Moataz Kandil, regional director of FFI in the Middle East and North Africa, said that the legislation and regulations governing investment in green energy in Egypt contributed to achieving a major leap in clean energy projects in Egypt, and the company seeks to cooperate and invest in renewable energy projects and green hydrogen production.

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6% decline in hydropower in Egypt last FY

6% decline in hydropower in Egypt last FY

FY2019/20 was Egypt’s best year in terms of producing hydropower, as production reached 15,000 GWh, and it was a big jump in production at the time from FY2018/19’s 13,100 GWh, according to official data obtained by Daily News Egypt.

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Could Egypt make use of its energy surplus?

Could Egypt make use of its energy surplus?

Egypt participates in an initiative for power interconnection between Arab countries, in an attempt to create a pan-Arab electricity market. Egypt is highly represented in the project, whether in the Executive Office (head of the office), and the Committee of Electricity Experts in Arab Countries (head of the committee), in addition to a specialized team from the Electricity Holding Company.

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Work on Egypt-Saudi electrical interconnection underway, to conclude in 2026: Electricity Minister

Furthermore, Shaker mentioned that with the completion of the interconnection between Egypt and Saudi Arabia and the completion of similar projects with the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Egypt will be linked to the Arabian Gulf and approximately 98% of the Arab electricity system, allowing the establishment of an Arab electricity exchange and a unified market.

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Egypt imposes fees on integrating solar plants for irrigation on electricity grid

The main objective of the decision is to open the way for farms consuming large amounts of electricity to implement solar irrigation plants with a net-metering system, especially since this system did not exist before for farms, and solar-powered irrigation pumps were being implemented that were not connected to the network, according to informed sources who spoke with Daily News Egypt (DNE).

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