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Iraq signed Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) in 1968 and ratified it in 1969. Iraq developed extensive nuclear expertise and infrastructure, including three research reactors. However, key facilities were damaged or destroyed first in 1981 by an Israeli air strike and then in 2003 by US bombing.
By 2028, Iraq is expected to have an installed capacity of more than five gigawatts of solar energy, about one gigawatt of wind Energy and around 0.2 GW of Bioenergy. … All the wind sites will be selected at Iraq’s Dohuk, Erbil and Sulaimaniya provinces.
Iraq’s agreement with Masdar includes the development of at least 2 GW of solar projects in the country, the two sides announced June 25. Iraqi officials said the agreement would help further the country’s goal of generating 20%-25% of its energy from renewables, equivalent to 10-12 GW by 2030.
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