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Abstract

KAPSARC examined temperature data for 11 cities spread across Saudi Arabia over 10 years. Except for Makkah, all cities in Saudi Arabia were warmer in 2018 compared with the national
10-year average. 

Authors

Turki Alaqeel

Turki Alaqeel

Senior Research Associate Turki is a Senior Research Associate at KAPSARC. He worked in several government and multinational firms in Saudi Arabia and…

Expertise

  • energy transitions
  • electricity markets regulations and policy
  • Smart Grid
  • digitalization and innovation
  • power system modeling
  • renewable energy policy
  • and energy efficiency

Publications See all Turki Alaqeel’s publications

Temperature Trends Across Cities in Saudi Arabia

Temperature Trends Across Cities in Saudi Arabia

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Oman Electricity Sector: Features, Challenges and Opportunities for Market Integration

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Nawaz Peerbocus

Nawaz Peerbocus

Research Fellow Nawaz is the program director for Energy Transitions and Electric Power. Before joining KAPSARC, he was chief economist at the…

Expertise

  • تحولات الطاقة والطاقة الكهربائية

Publications See all Nawaz Peerbocus’s publications

Electric Vehicle Deployment and Carbon Emissions in Saudi Arabia: A Power System Perspective

Electric Vehicle Deployment and Carbon Emissions in Saudi Arabia: A Power System Perspective

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October 9, 2019
An Improved Understanding of The Balance of System Costs Can Improve The Economics of Solar PV Projects

An Improved Understanding of The Balance of System Costs Can Improve The Economics of Solar PV Projects

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September 18, 2019
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