Publications

| Climate and Energy | Publications

A guide to renewable energy in Egypt and Jordan

Jordan and Egypt are considered good examples for other countries in the MENA region as they stand up to the many challenges in the field of energy supply, which is still a burden to governments and a barrier for social and economic development in both countries.


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Renewable Energy in the Arab World

The trend of renewable energy expansion has started to reach also the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. After first experiences have been made since the 80s, more and more countries currently come up with national renewable energy strategies.


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Renewable energy transitions in Jordan and the MENA region

The current energy systems are globally, albeit the oil-price is currently at a historical low level, in

a crisis. The centuries-long dependence on fossil fuels has led to serious environmental damages. At

the same time these energy-systems are in the long run economically and socially not sustainable.


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Empowering NGO's on nuclear power socioeconomic and environmental hazards versus renewables as energies of peace

Arabic Version - Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, [December 2015]. - 67 Seiten = 50 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman : FES, 2016. - Arabic script, ISBN 978-9957-484-60-6


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Empowering NGO's on nuclear power socioeconomic and environmental hazards versus renewables as energies of peace

Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Jordan & Iraq, (December 2015) - 57 Seiten = 35 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman : FES, 2016, ISBN 978-9957-484-61-3


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| Climate and Energy | Publications

Renewable energy in the Arab world

The trend of renewable energy expansion has started to reach also the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. After first experiences have been made since the 80s, more and more countries currently come up with national renewable energy strategies. These ambitious strategies show the will of these countries to shift their energy production from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources. In the time of writing, many MENA countries are implementing - or have already realized - a number of large solar and wind power projects. But, will these achievements really be the start of a profound shift to a renewable energy future in the entire region? What lessons can be learnt from past experiences? How can the countries of the region build up institutional capacities and learn from each other?


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| Climate and Energy | Publications

From energy mess to energy management

Energy policy in Jordan has been in disarray since the 2007-2008 energy crisis and ever since the Cabinet’s endorsement of the 2007-2020 energy strategy in 2004.


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| Climate and Energy | Publications

Renewable energy transitions in Jordan and the MENA region

Global challenges like energy supply, water scarcity and climate change are strongly interconnected and must be solved in a cross-border approach that needs a common understanding of sustainability principles. For that purpose transnational organizations are needed to address these challenges.


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Strengthening renewable energy expansion with feed-in tariffs

Energy development pathways around the world are driven by different goals which

either alone or in combination determine national energy policies.


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