Cairo considers increase in wind and solar tariffs

Issue 461 - 26 May 2022 - By John Hamilton | 1 minute read

Not all headwinds are fair for Egypt’s ambitious plans for regional energy leadership. The achievement of some of the lowest wind and solar generation tariffs anywhere in Africa has been one of the signal achievements of Egypt’s renewable energy strategy to date, but rates will now go back up given supply bottlenecks with China and other issues.

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Egypt Power Report 2021

Egypt Power Report 2021


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