Egypt has a host of resources to support its transition from a fossil fuel-driven economy to a green, sustainable one. That transition started in earnest with the Renewable Energy Law 203 of 2014, which offered new tariff plans and other incentives to attract investors. In 2016, the state launched its 2035 Sustainable Energy Strategy, which addressed restructuring the gas sector, promoting energy efficiency, and combating global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
To power a more sustainable, eco-friendly economy, Egypt needs to diversify its energy sources. AmCham Egypt’s latest Industry Insight highlights the growing investment opportunities in renewables, decarbonization, green hydrogen and waste-to-energy projects.
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