Empowering NGO's on nuclear power socioeconomic and environmental hazards versus renewables as energies of peace

Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Jordan & Iraq, [December 2015]. - 57 Seiten = 35 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman : FES, 2016, ISBN 978-9957-484-61-3


From energy mess to energy management

Energy policy in Jordan has been in disarray since the 2007-2008 energy crisis and ever since the Cabinet’s endorsement of the 2007-2020 energy strategy in 2004.


Strengthening renewable energy expansion with feed-in tariffs

Energy development pathways around the world are driven by different goals which

either alone or in combination determine national energy policies.



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