The Renewable Energy Authority of Libya (REAoL) and the Ministry of Industry and Minerals activated the ‘’Go Green’’ initiative to power mosques with solar generated electricity.
The news was announced after a meeting was held between the two parties at REAoL Tripoli headquarters Sunday.
The meeting was held to activate the memorandum of understanding concluded between REAoL and the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, which was signed at the beginning of 2023.
REAoL reported that the meeting reviewed and discussed ways to activate cooperation between REAoL and the Ministry of Industry and Minerals in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency. The project to electrify several mosques using solar energy systems, that REAoL has begun to implement, was also reviewed within the first phase of the Go Green initiative.
REAoL said this comes within the framework of implementing the National Strategy for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency and the programmes it contains, including the Go Green initiative, which aims to electrify public institutions through the installation of solar energy systems.
The meeting included the Chairman of REAoL, Abdel Salam. Al-Ansari, and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, Mustafa Al-Samou.