The Middle East this year enters a new era in which renewable energy will play a strategic role in delivering electric power to agriculture, industry and urban areas. Total renewable energy capacity will grow to more than 30,000MW by end of 2020 and total expected investment in non-hydroelectric power stations required to deliver the additional capacity will be $115bn. Egypt will be the largest MENA non-hydroelectric renewable energy generation market followed by Morocco, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
The latest research report by MEED Insight, MENA Renewable Energy 2013, assesses the renewable energy sector in 14 MENA countries. The report provides details of major developments in the GCC and focuses on renewable energy programme in Saudi Arabia. The challenges and opportunities are analysed along with the history, policies, targets, projects and key clients.
Comprising more than 100 pages, the MENA Renewable Energy 2013 report provides a detailed analysis of the existing renewable energy sector across the region along with a comprehensive forecast for demand growth, additional capacity and investment requirements.
Through this comprehensive report you will gain exclusive insight into:
- Data on existing renewable energy capacity and planned projects
- Renewable energy programme in Saudi Arabia
- Regulations, policies and capacity of finance systems
- Top clients and contractor rankings
- Key opportunities, challenges and much more…
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