Three firms have been given licences to produce a total of 200MW of wind power ©123RF
Three firms have been given licences to produce a total of 200MW of wind power ©123RF

Lebanon signs first private sector energy deal

posted by Francis Churchill
6 February 2018

Lebanon has signed its first contract to buy energy from the private sector.

The Ministry of Energy and Water signed the power purchase agreement (PPA) with three firms granting them licences to produce a total of 200 megawatts (MW) of renewable wind energy capacity.

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