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Nuclear Power

Kuwait has no nuclear reactors in operation. Although the deployment of nuclear power is not considered at present as an option in the short and medium terms.

Hydro Power

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Wind Power

Kuwait’s deserts contain abundant solar and wind resources. Its solar potential, as measured in global horizontal irradiance, is 1900 KWh per sq metre per year, while wind potential amounted to 1605 full hours per year, according to International Renewable Energy Agency data.

Solar Power

The country has one of the highest solar irradiation levels in the world, estimated at 2100 – 2200 kW/m2 per year. The average insolation of 5.2 kWh/m2/day and maximum annual sun hours of around 9.2 hours daily makes Kuwait a very good destination for solar power plant developers.

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