Until present, a total of 1.3 million trees have been planted within the initiative scheduled for completion in 2030.
The construction of the Gulf of Suez wind station, which is owned by the New and Renewable Energy Authority, comes within the framework of the state’s plan to diversify energy sources and expand renewable energy projects.
The Ministry of Environment established a database of wild plant species in Egypt, on its official website.
Abou El Magd added that another for the manufacturing of chlorine and caustic soda is also under construction in Giza's Abou Rawash industrial zone.
Among these species are the “Primula Boveana” and “Rose hip” plants that are endemic to the high mountains, within protected borders of Saint Catherine Reserve.
Egypt vies for upping the share of renewable energy in the energy mix to become 20 percent in 2022, and 42 percent in 2035.
In spite of the increasing care given to renewable energy, particularly solar and wind, bioenergy is still overlooked.
The projects are constructed within a strategy to increase Egypt's water resources, and secure water for irrigation.
North Sinai Governor Mohamed Shousha announced on Tuesday that construction of the largest desalination plant in Africa and the Middle East has started.
The president inaugurated the project on Tuesday.
South Sinai contemplates introducing water treatment plants operating in the Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system.
There is a need for desalination plants having a total capacity of three million cubic meters daily.
The MoU stipulates that the two companies cooperate to establish a new ammonia production plant with a capacity of 1200 tons per day in the first phase.
Jeddah Astronomy Society reported that Jupiter will be visible as a red point of light on Saturday.
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A multipurpose Applications by Thermodynamic Solar (MATS) Plant was inaugurated in Borg El-Arab city, Alexandria on Tuesday.
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Electricity Minister had talks Tuesday with a number of Italian companies operating in the energy and environment domains to lure investments to Egypt.
A $1.1 billion cement plant with six production lines in the Egyptian city of Beni Suef will start up within days.
A year ahead of schedule, Egypt is already starting to reap the fruits of the Zohr gas field.