Further to the successful inclusion in the shortlist of European Network of Transmission Operators (“ENTSO-E”) Ten Year Network Development Plan (“TNYDP”) 2016 (November 2015), TuNur has now been included in the 2016 Executive Report of the TYNDP.
In November 2015 the European Network of Transmission Operators (“ENTSO-E”) confirmed that the TuNur application for the Ten Year Network Development Plan (“TNYDP”) 2016 has been accepted and the project is successfully included in the shortlist.
TuNur project will provide clean energy to more than 2.5 million homes, creating double the energy of UK’s nuclear energy output
Kevin Sara presented the topic of solar energy with storage as a scalable and sustainable source of power for Sub-Saharan Africa (and elsewhere) at the United Nations ‘Sustainable Energy for All’ forum later on Thursday 5th of June 2014.
TuNur Ltd, the joint venture between Nur Energie and Tunisian investors developing the first solar export project, presented at International parliamentary hearing on renewable energy and climate legislation, which took place from 5th to 6th April 2014, in Hamamet, Tunisia.
Nur Energie Ltd, the independent solar power plant developer, will be present and exhibiting at the World Future Energy Summit 2014, taking place from 20th to 22th January, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Kevin Sara, Founder and CEO of Nur Energie Ltd, an independent solar power plant developer, presented at the sixth edition of the World Policy Conference, which took place from 13th to 15th December 2013, in Monaco.
TuNur project has been re-evaluated by DESERTEC Foundation and has been found in conformity with DESERTEC principles, criteria and indicators. These principles take into account the water use of the project, its socio-economic impact and benefits, its environmental responsibility and conservation and the reliability of the electricity supply.
Greek Solar Project is Awarded Grant by the European Commission
Nur-Moh Heliothermal SA, the joint venture owned by UK based solar energy developer, Nur Energie Ltd, and Motor Oil Hellas, one of Greece’s leading energy companies, has officially been awarded a €42 Million grant. The grant comes from the ‘NER 300’ program, a financing instrument jointly managed by the European Commission, European Investment Bank and Member States.
The “EU Grid Integration of Tunisia-Based Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Plant” study, conducted by TuNur with Imperial College of London and DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability investigates the impacts of integrating 2GW of electricity generating capacity from TuNur’s CSP power plant in Tunisia into the European electricity system via an HVDC link from Tunisia to Central Italy. The study shows that solar imports from North Africa technically feasible and brings several grid integration benefits to the European electricity system.
Kevin Sara, CEO of Nur Energie Ltd and Chairman of Tunur Ltd discusses Tunur, the 2000MW solar power plant and explains the benefits and opportunties such a project will bring Tunisia by creating a new industry and a signficant number of long term jobs thus improving the socio economic cllimate of the region.
Responding to the Department of Energy and Climate Change `Call for Evidence’ on their Renewable Energy Consultation, London based Nur Energie Ltd has recommended that the UK quickly authorises the import of renewable solar energy from North Africa.
The meeting, held at the Carthage Palace, was to discuss Nur Energie's 2000MW solar power plant, TuNur, and to explore Tunisia's ability to develop an industrial complex in developing and building solar power plants which would make Tunisia a leader in the countries of the Arab Maghreb and the Gulf.
The meeting, held at La Kasbah, was to discuss Nur Energie's 2000MW solar power plant, TuNur, and to explore Tunisia's ability to develop an industrial complex in developing and building solar power plants which would make Tunisia a leader in the countries of the Arab Maghreb and the Gulf.
In the Sands of North Africa, the DESERTEC Foundation's vision for a future where the world's deserts supply clean and sustainable energy to the whole of mankind is beginning to take shape. That future begins in the Saharan deserts of Tunisia with a project called "TuNur", a project being developed by Nur Energie and Tunisian partners lead by Top Group.
In the sands of North Africa, the DESERTEC Foundation’s vision for a future where the world's deserts supply clean and sustainable energy to the whole of humankind is beginning to take shape. That future begins in the Saharan deserts of Tunisia with a project called "TuNur".
On Tuesday 12th July the Department of Energy and Climate Change “DECC” released the results of the Electricity Market Reform Consultation which ran from December 2010 to March 2011.
Solar project developer Nur Energie Ltd. today announced the acceptance of the technical terms for the connection of its “TuNur” utility-scale solar export project from Tunisia into the Italian power network. Under the terms of the connection solution, Terna, the Italian high-voltage transmission network operator, has specified a preliminary technical solution to connect up to 2000 MW of solar power produced in the Tunisian desert to the Italian network, with grid infrastructure sufficient to transport electricity to neighbour European countries.
On 14th March 2011 Nur Energie submitted its response to the Department of Energy and Climate Change’s (“DECC”) Electricity Market Reform Consultation.
Nur Energie strengthens its core strategy of producing green energy in North Africa to export to Europe by becoming a Founder Shareholder of Medgrid
Nur Energie announced today that it had become a collective member of CIGRE (International Council on Large Electric Systems), one of the leading worldwide organizations on Electric Power Systems.