Webinar covers the Tunisia renewable energy framework

The webinar, taking place online on Wednesday, July 5th 2017 at 2pm Dubai time will analyze the Tunisia renewable energy framework. Places are free but limited and offered on a first come first served basis. Places can be reserved at http://bit.ly/2tifBC0

The Government of Tunisia has announced ambitious renewable energy (RE) policy targets of 1,000 MW by 2020 and 2,500 MW by 2025. The main sources of energy involved in these targets are wind and solar PV, while CSP and biomass are also mentioned.

The Authorization scheme was launched on May 11, 2017 and has been designed for projects of up to 30 MW for wind and 10 MW for PV.  It is important to note that the Ministry of Energy have indicated that it will be executed as a competitive process rather than a Feed-in-Tariff.

In this webinar, organized by MESIA (The Middle East Solar Industry Association) and ATA Insights, experts from the International Finance Corporation, Eversheds-Sutherland and ENEL Green Power will provide an in-depth analysis covering not to be missed topics such as:

  • Perspectives on the Tunisian renewable energy market potential (planned investment/projects and capacity)
  • Strengths and weaknesses of the current renewable framework, including related contracts and technical documents
  • Potential modifications that could help increase the bankability of the framework

To sign up for this webinar please register for free at http://bit.ly/2tifBC0

For more information please contact:

Araceli Giner


ATA Insights

About ATA Insights

Insights ATA Insights is an independent market intelligence consultancy producing analysis to support strategic decision making. Our understanding of the renewable energy market enables us to find the information you need and communicate it effectively to help our clients achieve their objectives. Our services include: Marketing and dissemination, Events, and Market Intelligence.


The Middle East Solar Industry Association was born when a group of solar pioneers came together with the aim of giving life to the vast potential for solar in the Middle East. MESIA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization.  Its mission is to expand the use of solar power in the Middle East, to strengthen the local solar industry, and to facilitate business opportunities for its members.


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