Research by UK’s Nottingham Trent University shows that Libya could generate approximately five times the amount of energy from solar power than it currently produces in crude oil. The country has an average daily solar radiation rate of about 7.1 kilowatt hours per square metre per day (kWh/m²/day) on a flat plane on the coast and 8.1kWh/m²/day in the south, compared with just 2.95kWh/m²/day in the UK.
Promoting Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency in Libya was the title of a workshop organized by REAOL and the World Bank on 16-17 April 2013 in Tripoli -Libya
Our Center participated on the first day in (Session II)
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