New guide to CSP opportunities in the MENA region

CSP Today announces the release of the ‘CSP guide to the MENA region', an analysis of the prospects for concentrated solar power in the Middle East and North Africa.

The creation of the guide reflects the CSP industry's rising interest in emerging markets, where the technology can play a prominent role in the energy mix. Nowhere is this more prominent than in Saudi Arabia, where the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A.CARE) announced a 25GW CSP target to be installed in the Kingdom over the next 20 years.


CSP Today has released the CSP guide to the MENA region to provide context and analysis on four of the hottest CSP markets, namely Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the UAE and Morocco. This week, creator Matt Carr explained the rationale behind the guide: "After conducting extensive research into the CSP industry, we identified strong demand for more information on these four markets", Carr explained.

"Using exclusive project data from the CSP Today Global Tracker, together with our analysis of the region, we have collated some extremely valuable information on the CSP opportunities that industry insiders will find useful."

The complimentary guide can be downloaded at www.csptoday.com/menasol/content.php

Contact:

Matt Carr
CSP Today
matt@csptoday.com

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