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    Iraq's contracts for solar energy may reduce its carbon emissions by 14%.

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    Iraq's contracts for solar energy may reduce its carbon emissions by 14%. Empty Iraq's contracts for solar energy may reduce its carbon emissions by 14%.

    Post by Rocky Sun 08 Jan 2023, 8:27 am


    [size=30]Iraq's contracts for solar energy may reduce its carbon emissions by 14%.


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    Yes Iraq: Baghdad

    Duhok Governorate opened a plant to produce electric energy from the sun, with a production capacity of 2,000 megawatts, with a financing contribution from the US Agency for International Development.
    "The plant will provide clean energy to more than 300,000 people and aims to reduce 1,800 tons of carbon emissions annually," says US Ambassador Romanowski.
    The station consists of 3,700 solar panels, each of which generates 540 watts of electricity, for a total of 2,000 megawatts.
    Iraq is conducting contracts to establish solar power stations with an output of 7,500 megawatts.
    And while the Dohuk plant produces 2,000 megawatts and reduces emissions by 1,800 tons annually, according to the US ambassador's figures, this means that Iraq's contracts for 7,500 megawatt stations will lead to a reduction in carbon emissions by 6,750 tons annually.
    Iraq's carbon emissions in 2021 amounted to 177 million tons, which means that operating 7,500 megawatts of solar energy will reduce Iraq's production by 0.003% of its emissions.
    Iraq produces 24,000 megawatts of electrical energy through fossil fuels, and if it converts it all into renewable energy, it will reduce emissions by 21,600 tons, which represents only 0.01% of its total emissions, as it appears that most emissions come from burning gas and not by electrical stations.
     
    However, according to the Commission for the Control of Radioactive Sources, a 1-gigawatt plant operating on fossil fuels emits 3.5 million tons of carbon emissions annually, which means that operating 7,500 megawatts with solar energy will reduce carbon emissions for Iraq by more than 26 million tons annually, or 14% of carbon emissions per year. its carbon emissions.
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