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5 More Schools In Bahrain To Get Solar Panels

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5 more schools in Bahrain to get solar panels in the first phase of a new solar project launched by Education Minister Dr. Majid Al Nuaimi and Electricity and Water Affairs Minister Wael Al Mubarak. Both the ministers were visiting the National Charter Preparatory School for Boys.

Around 2,263 solar panels will be installed during this phase. Dr. Al Nuaimi said more solar panels will be installed at 20 schools in the country in the next phase. Only environmentally friendly materials will be used while constructing these buildings.

The total electricity which will be generated by these solar panels will be 3 MWs. Recently, according to a report, the country generated 237 MW of green energy in the year 2021.

Recently, In an interview, CEO of Tamkeen (Bahrain’s labour fund) Husain Mohamed Rajab said that renewable energy and related manufacturing will be an important sector for Bahrain. Currently, Bahrain highly relies on oil and gas for its electricity needs. But renewable energy is an important aspect of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

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