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According to the state-owned Ethiopian news agency ENA on Friday, Israeli company Giga-watt Global announced that they are interested in investing about $500 million in Ethiopia in renewable energy and human resource development inside the country.
"This will allow us to export 6 Giga-Watt of electricity to China," he said.
The Kingdom is targeting that the share of solar energy to electricity generation capacity will be between 16-22 percent by 2032, or 41 Giga-Watt (GW), sources said.
In addition, a research report issued by the research department of Goldman Sachs on the 21 of the month pointed out that there would be considerable growth in the demand of the market in the PV industry in 2013, reaching 35 to 40 giga-watt ("GW"), due to the increasing demand in Japan, the United States, China and the emerging markets, and suppliers of PV modules had also indicated in the recent solar energy fair in Munich, Germany, that demand had outpaced supply.
alone uses more than 2,000 Giga-Watt hours of electricity a year to treat wastewater, which is approximately half a percent of the total electricity used in the country and is equivalent to 5 million tonnes of CO2 emissions.
During 2007, total power production ran to 8,243 Giga-Watt hours.* TAQA's total water desalination in 2007 was 43,175.5 million Imperial gallons, with an installed capacity of 594 million Imperial gallons per day.* Power and water sales in the UAE accounted for a total of 23% of the total revenue, with non-UAE assets accounting for a further 24% of the total revenue.* Technical availability of power generation businesses averaged 86% with an average domestic availability of 85% and an international average availability of 91%.CommentPeter Barker-Homek, Chief Executive Officer of TAQA, said: "The results for the first quarter of 2008 tell a very different story to that of Q1'07 due to the acquisitions made during the year.
Work described reflects developments at the nano-scale, device scale, and the mega- and giga-watt power generating scale.
Masdar's investments today deliver nearly 1GW (giga-watt) of clean energy across the world, making the UAE a major global contributor to green energy.
A giga-watt (GW) of energy produced by oil and gas generates 700 and 460 tonnes of carbon dioxide respectively.