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Iraq Approves $68 Million Solar Power Project For Government Buildings

Iraq has given the green light to a solar power initiative valued at approximately 90 billion Iraqi dinars ($68 million) that will involve the installation of solar power systems in 500 government offices and ministries.This initiative, supported by the United Nations, aims to transition gradually to renewable energy sources and decrease emissions by replacing conventional power networks in these 500 buildings
Shaima Sadiq, the secretary of the National Energy Initiative emphasized that this effort aligns with a national strategy to promote renewable energy and shift away from conventional power sources to reduce carbon emissions




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      • Videlis Eddie

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        Great move clean renewable energy ....

        • Patrick Kiash

          36 w

          Some countries have great and encouraging strategies.....

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          • Ann Nyambura

            36 w

            Investing in solar power for government infrastructure is a win-win for Iraq.

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            • johnte ndeto

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              Such budgets should be encouraged as the play a major role in pushing climate agenda

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              • Kevin

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                The Iraqi govt spearheading the clean energy movement is very applaudable

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                • Esther Wanjiku

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                  This is a great promise by Iraq

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                  • Markus Lutteman

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                    Excellent!

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                    • Elizabeth Gathigia

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                      Great move transitioning to clean energy, it's what we need

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                      • CHRIS NGATIA

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                        This is a great step towards clean energy

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                        • walter lungayi

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                          The approval of a $68 million solar power project for government buildings in Iraq is a positive step towards sustainable energy and reducing dependence on fossil fuels. It is a commendable move towards a greener future.

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                          • Jane Wangui

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                            @walter_lungayi clean energy will do our nature some good.

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                          • rosebellendiritu

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                            Great commitment to transit gradually.

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