The progress and rank of the solar PV market is stated by Lebanon’s 2017 Solar PV Report, where it mainly focused on all of the market’s accessible information. Sunlight is straightly transformed into electricity by solar or PV cells.
Author: Mr. Jil Amine (UNDP) & Mrs. Sandra Rizk (UNDP)
This guide is known for its encouraging effect of renewable projects on developing and developed countries; where it takes advantage of the present resources found in the markets as well as highlights all the obstacles that renewables are going to handle.
Lebanon’s National Renewable Energy Action Plan (NREAP) was released by MoEW/LCEC in January 2017, where its main purpose was to change the whole concept of reaching 12% of the renewable energy’s (RE) target. By 2030, NREAP aims for 12.6% of RE with the help of onshore wind farms and solar photovoltaic (PV) plants.
The NREAP (National Renewable Energy Action Plan for the Republic of Lebanon) is the main national initiative that will allow Lebanon to establish the various RE (Renewable Energy) technologies needed to achieve the 12% target by the year 2020.
Agency: Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)
Author: Dr. Joseph Al Assad, Dr. Hassan Harajli, and Dr. Sorina Mortada