RCREEE Supports Green Tourism in Egypt
Many of Egypt’s most beautiful touristic destinations aren’t connected to the main electricity grid. Marsa Alam for example, one of the primary recreational and diving destinations by the Red Sea coast, relies on off-grid diesel generators as the main source of power. Read more
RCREEE at the Fifth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development
RCREEE participated in the Fifth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development, held in Tunisia, on 4-6 November 2014. The forum aimed to discuss practical actions needed to attain the objectives of the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Initiative of the United Nation’s (UN) Secretary-General through a regional agenda. Read more.
 
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Upcoming Events

The first Euro-Egyptian Energy Day
21 November


The Solar Energy Investment and Development Conference, Egypt
4 - 7 December


The First Arab Forum on Sustainable Communities and Green Building
8 - 10 December

N.B.: RCREEE will be present at these events.


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October 2014

Insights

The World Bank Blog
By Fanny Missfeldt-Ringius & Sameh Mobarek


In 2009, Morocco adopted a visionary energy sector development plan that committed to increasing the country’s share of renewable energy to 42 percent of national capacity by 2020.   
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Useful Resources
Morocco 2014 -- Energy Policies Beyond IEA Countries (Executive Summary and Key Recommendations)
REEEP Annual Report 2013/2014
EGYPT POWER REPORT Q4 2014
IRENA Quarterly
Development Partners
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