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After a law liberalizing the electricity sector, Egypt scores major investments at summit
Isabel Esterman | This weekend in Sharm el-Sheikh, electricity sector deals dominated at the Egypt Economic Development
Feed-in tariff: A small step in the right direction
Isabel Esterman | When Egypt finally approved a feed-in tariff on September 16, the move was initially hailed as the government’s
Egypt’s natural gas quagmire
Isabel Esterman | On May 5, at the height of a heat wave that brought electricity blackouts back to Cairo with a vengeance,
Egypt’s military companies flirt with solar energy
Isabel Esterman | This month’s issue of the Armed Forces magazine “Al-Defaa” (Defense) features a full-page ad with
On the politics of energy price hikes
Isabel Esterman | Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb announced today that savings from planned natural gas price increases would
Economy in a week: Tax talks
Sherif Zaazaa | This week sees the World Bank’s Spring Meeting on tax talks, a conference on how to boost Egypt’s
Factories in the dark
Isabel Esterman | Egypt’s peak energy consumption season is still months away, but fuel shortages and power cuts have
Economy in a week: The scramble for other energy options
Sherif Zaazaa | Egypt’s energy debacle continues this week with conflicting statements from the Petroleum and Electricity
Egypt working toward energy mix, not coal imports, claims Iskandar
Amira Salah-Ahmed | Egypt is working towards finding a new energy mix for industry, and particularly for cement plants, according
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