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Both Egypt and Iran witnessed five inbound renewable energy investment projects last year, the most in the region

 

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Egypt and Iran were the leading countries for inbound renewable energy investment in the Middle East and Africa in 2018, with both countries attracting five projects.

Morocco and the UAE were next up, with three projects each, while Kenya had two.

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