EnerTech keen on achieving the Amir of Kuwait’s directives for solar energy use.

EnerTech Holding Company has affirmed its keenness to achieve the directives of His Highness the Amir of using wind power and solar energy for the production of one percent of Kuwait's need for energy in 2015 and up to 15 percent in 2030.

EnerTech, owned by the National Technology Enterprises Company (NTEC), a subsidiary of Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) added in a statement that in the framework of achieving the directives of HH the Amir, the company had recently concluded a training and consulting course for its employees in the United States in collaboration with the International Institute for Solar Energy in Colorado.


It stated that this training program, which focused on 'Effective Leadership for Renewable Energy', saw the participation of a number of architects of the Ministry of Electricity and Water and faculty members of the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET).

For her part, EnerTech Director for Training Marwa Abul said prominent experts from the Colorado institute gave lectures to qualify the trainees to advanced levels of leadership and decision-making as well as to enhance professional efficiency in the field of renewable energy.


She noted that all participants got at the end of the program international certifications from the International Institute for Solar Energy that is internationally recognized, pointing out that the program provided an opportunity for participants to learn about the latest clean energy technologies and its applications, as well as economic and environmental returns.


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