Sudan owns a lot of renewable energy resources

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Khartoum,12 ,6,2018-(SUNA)- Globally , All turn toward using renewable energy that generated from renewable  natural resources.  This energy different totally from fossil energy such as petroleum, charcoal,  natural gas or nuclear energy which use in nuclear reactors.  Renewable energy doesn’t  contain  any dangerous gases  or increase phenomenon of Global Warming  like what happen in case of combustion fossil  fuel  or  the noxious  atomic residues resulted from  nuclear reactors.

Renewable energy or the Sustainable energy generate from winds, water, Sun and also from movement of waves(Tides) or flooring thermal energy. Recent the more productive areas for renewable energy are stations of water-electric power and produce via great dams on rivers and waterfalls. Roads depend on winds and solar energy are using extensively in Developed Countries and some developing states.

It became familiar,   generate electricity from resources of  renewable energy . As  many countries put plans and programs to increase its production from renewable  energy to met its needs  in rate of 20% of its usage by year 2020. IN Kyoto conference ( had been held )in Japan  and Paris conference most of  the countries  presidencies agreed to reduce emission of  Carbon dioxide   in their countries to avoid threats of climate change due to pollution of fossil foul and atomic energy.

In last years, the interest with renewable energy scaled largely and  was targeted to use those production projects of investment  at different fields. According to study issued by the National Center for Energy Resource issued  that,  Sudan have  high solar radiation , estimate of 10 hours per day , so all components of producing , particular solar energy is available while shining period is long  and increase whenever turning toward north and west north. Also the thermal pressure is available in addition to Silicone material   which  produce  the solar cell is also accessible in the Sudanese sands.


Wind energy costs less than solar energy and its speed generally  not more than 4 meters per second and could utilize in Pumping water to generate electricity . There are some  studies for projects not implemented yet  in states of Red sea and Dongla to produce 20 Kilo Watt of wind energy. In Sudan   dependence on solar energy is more than wind energy . As the study  pointed to possibility of utilizing from Biomass energy in physical  or chemical transforming ( fermentation)  . As the Bio fuel could produce  from different residuals  of animals, agriculture and  factories  waste.

Sudan participated actively in the Nuclear Security Forum was hold in  King Naief University for security sciences at Saudi  Arabia , in cooperating with the International Atomic  Energy Agency  and Arabic Authority for Atomic Energy  and participating of  317 participant from Arabic states and concerned bodies.  In the conference , Sudan submitted a strategy friend to environment  through using the renewable energy free from carbon emission in a line with goals of national strategy for development which aim to put a road plan  for using renewable energy  and committing with all regional and international agreements in this regard.

Sudan’s participation in this forum is a kind of awareness to the risk of using nuclear, biological of chemical substances. Besides,  the gathering aim to strengthen the nuclear security to raise the  knowledge with the culture of utilizing  renewable energy , explain nuclear threats  and methods of protection.

More than, Sudan aim  to encourage investment in field of renewable energy via negotiation with Norwegian company (Scatik Solar) to establish  its biggest farm for producing Solar energy after lifting the Imposed American Sanctions, its  work capacity is 400 Megawatt, in a cost of 450 million $.

In a report issued by  the World Bank informed that world is still  far away from  popularization methods of modern energy and to double capacity of using renewable energy. The report recommended to rise  rate of annual international investment in this important  kind of safe energy to achieve goals of sustainable development.