Mini-grid Webinar Series 2019
1st Webinar: Mini-Grid Reliability: The Role of Training Centers for Micro/Mini Hydropower: It will feature the training centers that provide local capacity building for the development, operation, and maintenance of community-based micro hydro projects.
28 March 2019, 11 a.m. CET, (Registration link)
Organizers: Hydro Empowerment Network (HPNET), Energypedia and WISIONS of Sustainability Initiative
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= Introduction =
<font face="Times New Roman, serif"><font style="font-size: 12pt" size="3"><font face="Calibri, serif">In</font><font face="Calibri, serif"><span lang="en-US">2011, before the war, the electrification level in Syria was 96,3 %</span></font><font color="#ff0000"><sup><font face="Calibri, serif"><span lang="en-US"></span></font></sup></font><font face="Calibri, serif"><span lang="en-US">which means that the electrical service had reached almost to all population except some Bedouin in the eastern part of Syria.</span></font> Electrical sector is a state-owned monopoly.'''Ministry of Electricity '''is responsible <font face="Calibri, serif"><span lang="en-US">for the electricity production, transmission, and distribution all over Syria.</span></font></font></font>
= Energy Situation =
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= Institutional Set up in the Energy Sector =
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