latest up 09/2021

Interesting links
Nuclear Power

Nuclear. Libya became a member of the IAEA in 1963. Libya has a Soviet-designed 10 MWt research reactor in Tajura that was built 1981

Hydro Power

About 50 dams are currently operational, and the combined capacity of the largest 13 dams is roughly 269 MW (REEEP, 2012). Installed capacity and production in 2011 was 278 MW (WEC, 2013). Environmental factors that restrict the uptake of hydropower are poor rainfall, high levels of evaporation, and quick evacuation to the sea. Klick here for more details

Wind Power

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Solar Power

The Libyan government recently launched the construction of a solar photovoltaic power plant in the town of Kufra in south-eastern Libya. The plant will have a 100 MWp capacity.  The solar power plant will have a capacity of 100 MWp.

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