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Energy efficiency in the Mediterranean region - 13th FEMIP conference

"Renewable energies and energy optimisation are the only way out for Egypt" - 12/09/2013 - Propos recueillis par Safia Ouared, au CAIRE

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EGYPT. Sayed Farouk, senior vice president of The Arab Contractors, explains the steps taken by his company to reduce energy consumption.French version

"Lebanon has a culture of energy efficiency" - 12/06/2013 - Interview by Jenny Saleh in BEIRUT

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LEBANON. The Lebanese energy sector is attempting to make up ground in terms of energy efficiency. Interview with Pierre El Khoury, director of the LCEC, an organisation affiliated to the Lebanese Ministry of Energy and Water that is charged with drawing up energy efficiency strategies. French version

Efficiency, at the heart of energy saving - 12/05/2013 - Caroline Garcia

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All around the Mediterranean, countries are looking at improving their energy efficiency. Efficiency is thought of as key to reducing energy consumption, particularly in homes. This is why all the focus is on the building sector. French version

Tunisia is attempting to put theory into practice - 12/05/2013 - Gérard Tur with Nadia Chahed, TUNIS

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Dwindling resources and an increase in consumption. Tunisia aims to solve this complicated energy equation by applying already existing legislation in the field. French version

Morocco hopes to reduce energy use by 12% by 2020 - 12/05/2013 - Julie Chaudier, CASABLANCA

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MOROCCO. With its trade balance hampered by oil product imports, Morocco has launched the Energy Efficiency Convention, which aims to reduce energy consumption by 12%. French version

"The yearly energy consumption represents 3% of the palestinian GDP" - 12/05/2013 - Amal Belkessam

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Fuad Amleh, CEO of the Palestinian electricity company (PETL) evokes the measures taken by his country to develop and try to save energy despite many constraints Palestine faces.French version



Reflection

From "free and democratic Algeria" to "civil and non-military state"

Razika Adnani, philosopher and specialist in issues related to Islam, member of the Orientation Council of the Fondation de l'Islam de France, of the Scientific Council of the CEFR and of the analysis group JFC Conseil
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