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Egypt Looks to Solar for Household Power
2013-08-20 10:55:01

 

Egypt’s National Research Center will start a pilot project to use solar energy to power many household items. The Solar House power system supply Complex project will be launched in remote areas with the Center’s Nagwa Khatab telling Al Masry Al Youm, “The locations for the solar house complexes were primarily selected in areas in the Cairo vicinity, such as Imbaba and Qalyubiya, as well as more remote regions like Sinai that lack electricity and clean water.” Khattab continued, “The biggest advantage of solar generator devices is that they are the only sources of energy in water and electricity-deprived locations.”

 

However, close to 95% of the Egyptian population has access to the grid so it isn’t about bringing electricity to an area that doesn’t have the capacity – it’s about affordability.

 

The systems, to be installed in certain areas over the next four months, will help equip residences with filtration, heating, cooking, and a small biogas unit.

Egypt’s National Research Center will start a pilot project to use solar energy to power many household items. The Solar House Complex project will be launched in remote areas with the Center’s Nagwa Khatab telling Al Masry Al Youm, “The locations for the solar house complexes were primarily selected in areas in the Cairo vicinity, such as Imbaba and Qalyubiya, as well as more remote regions like Sinai that lack electricity and clean water.” Khattab continued, “The biggest advantage of solar energy devices is that they are the only sources of energy in water and electricity-deprived locations.”

 

However, close to 95% of the Egyptian population has access to the grid so it isn’t about bringing electricity to an area that doesn’t have the capacity – it’s about affordability.

 

The systems, to be installed in certain areas over the next four months, will help equip residences with filtration, heating, cooking, and a small biogas unit.

Egypt’s National Research Center will start a pilot project to use solar energy to power many household items. The Solar House Complex project will be launched in remote areas with the Center’s Nagwa Khatab telling Al Masry Al Youm, “The locations for the solar house complexes were primarily selected in areas in the Cairo vicinity, such as Imbaba and Qalyubiya, as well as more remote regions like Sinai that lack electricity and clean water.” Khattab continued, “The biggest advantage of solar energy devices is that they are the only sources of energy in water and electricity-deprived locations.”

 

However, close to 95% of the Egyptian population has access to the grid so it isn’t about bringing electricity to an area that doesn’t have the capacity – it’s about affordability.

 

The systems, to be installed in certain areas over the next four months, will help equip residences with filtration, heating, cooking, and a small biogas unit.

Egypt’s National Research Center will start a pilot project to use solar energy to power many household items. The Solar House Complex project will be launched in remote areas with the Center’s Nagwa Khatab telling Al Masry Al Youm, “The locations for the solar house complexes were primarily selected in areas in the Cairo vicinity, such as Imbaba and Qalyubiya, as well as more remote regions like Sinai that lack electricity and clean water.” Khattab continued, “The biggest advantage of solar energy devices is that they are the only sources of energy in water and electricity-deprived locations.”

 

However, close to 95% of the Egyptian population has access to the grid so it isn’t about bringing electricity to an area that doesn’t have the capacity – it’s about affordability.

 

The systems, to be installed in certain areas over the next four months, will help equip residences with filtration, heating, cooking, and a small biogas unit.

Egypt’s National Research Center will start a pilot project to use solar energy to power many household items. The Solar House Complex project will be launched in remote areas with the Center’s Nagwa Khatab telling Al Masry Al Youm, “The locations for the solar house complexes were primarily selected in areas in the Cairo vicinity, such as Imbaba and Qalyubiya, as well as more remote regions like Sinai that lack electricity and clean water.” Khattab continued, “The biggest advantage of solar energy devices is that they are the only sources of energy in water and electricity-deprived locations.”

 

However, close to 95% of the Egyptian population has access to the grid so it isn’t about bringing electricity to an area that doesn’t have the capacity – it’s about affordability.

 

The systems, to be installed in certain areas over the next four months, will help equip residences with filtration, heating, cooking, and a small biogas unit.


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