Bahrain prepares for a new wind energy project

Bahrain prepares for a new wind energy project

The head of the Sustainable Energy Authority in Bahrain, Abdul Hussain Mirza, revealed a plan to prepare for a wind energy project, from land and offshore wind, by preparing terms of reference to be presented in a public tender for the wind power project.

The head of the Sustainable Energy Authority expects that the production capacity of the project will range between 50 and 100 MW. “Mirza” stated: “There are several projects that the Sustainable Energy Authority is working on in different ways, many of which are included in the National Renewable Energy Plan and the National Energy Efficiency Plan and their respective initiatives, and other projects that have emerged from efforts to coordinate cooperation between the private and public sectors, to encourage investment in renewable energy projects, and improving energy efficiency.”

These initiatives and projects are in line with the National Action Plans and the National Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Plans, which are considered a road map for the authority’s work.

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