MENA 'faces challenges' with nuclear strategy

21 August 2018

The Middle East will add 15.8 gigawatts (GW) of nuclear power capability by 2030 but the region may not be fully equipped for such swift development, according to a report.

The region currently produces only 1GW of its power via nuclear, but rising electricity demand and the desire to reduce carbon footprints has prompted several MENA countries to diversify their energy sources moving forward.

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