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iraqi made solar powered street lighting

Ibn Al Waleed State Company
By: Huda Farhan
Ibn Al Waleed State Company, one of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals State Companies started Al Bayaa Parking rehabilitation according to concluded contract with the Ministry of Transport. Mr. Talal Hussein Salman the company General Director clarified to MIM information bureau that the company will also to implement a contract to cover water purification stations at Al Nekheb District after installing and operating these stations and the company has another contract to rehabilitate Al Mishkhab Filling Station according to concluded contract with the Ministry of Oil meanwhile referring to establish rationing centre building at Babylon Province for the benefit of Ministry of Trade. On the other hand Mr. Salman stressed that the company manufacture and install Al Shaab Cross Road solar energy traffic light system whose manufacturing cost is lower than the imported one.
 

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not to be outdone.... the state company for electrical industries http://www.en.seiciraq.net/ifm.php?recordID=61


Production of alternative energies

2009-09-15 09:00:00
Production of alternative energies :
The objective of the project:
The project aims to exploit solar energy and wind power in Iraq for the purpose of providing electric power in addition to the introduction of modern technology in Iraq, the project consists of the manufacturing systems of cells, the production of the Exhaust fans and the production of solar heater.
This project is one of the most important projects that contribute to the rational use of electrical energy needed by the country at this stage in addition to this project is a project of industrial sophisticated technology.
The use of these alternative energies can be provided (50-70)% of the consumption of conventional energy (oil, gas, electricity), which is currently scarce because of limitations and sources of increased demand and domestic consumption
Aims at introducing a new industry of the country and modern technology.
The manufacture of generating electricity from clean and widely available (solar energy).
Production capacity:

A -cell systems production ,1000 kW / year or the rate of 20 pieces / day

B -the production of air fans 24000 watt per year

C -the production of solar heater card design (50000)

In the case of the use of a (SKD)
Production of up to (100000) system annually.
A source of raw materials: from certified origin high quality.

Number of working shift: one shift rate of 8 hours per day.

Machinery and equipment: from international companies and approved.
Civil works: the production room is available only in the company needs to achieve qualification for the specialized equipment to set up production lines and synthesis of three projects in which either half of manufacturing production parts are produced in the workshops. This project needs to the area (2000) m ² or about them. It is assumed this area cover the needs of the administration room and work room and storage backup tools and place of rest of employees.
Economic and financial indicators:
* Annual sales value: 10125 m. ID

* Annual profit: 3503.6 m. ID
* Return on investment: 24%
* Time period Capital: 2 years.

* Equality point: 21%.
 

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Al Izz State Company
By: Huda Farhan
Al Izz State Company, one of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals State Companies announces its new solar energy products. Mr. Yousif Ghdhban Jabur the company General Director clarified to MIM information bureau that the company succeeded in manufacturing solar energy sprinkling irrigation systems to support Agricultural Sector referring that the company installed a number of these systems at Al Zaytoon Street according to its concluded contract with Baghdad Municipality in addition to the same project at Al Taji area. He added that the company succeeded in manufacture solar energy fixed and movable boiler where such system could be used at Military units and Temporary projects. Mr. Jabur added that the company also succeeded in manufacturing solar energy cooling systems where air coolers by solar energy are produced by the company and solar energy small transport wagons also are produced.
 

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its for the "state companies" (there are 3 of them participating in this work, but there's no reason for having three separate threads I think...).
 

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Graduate Students in Al Muthanna university developed a low cost thin-film technology. the english is almost uninteligible... and there's no published works on it to be found on scholar.google.com so take the claims with a pinch of salt...

After-school and integrated theory which was last year by one of the students graduated as a fourth stage, held this year on the practical application of industry the system.
The design and manufacture of a great achievement for the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, by M.. M. Ali Salman, the move is a prelude to the development of research projects for graduate students, scheduled to open in the future, and reminds the industry that the cost of my estimated 965 000 Iraqi dinars, while the price of imported system to 4000 thousand dollars, approximately 4,800,000 Iraqi Dinars
http://www.uoalmuthana.edu.iq/English Web Site/news.aspx?id=152
 

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thats great, Sheytam I will be in Baghdad on Feb, if you are around let me take you out for a meal bro, your threads are brilliant, keep them coming
 

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i MAY be in baghdad in early feb... depends on work. we'll keep in touch and see.

shame that photographing in baghdad is frowned on... so much stuff i see that i can't just snap a pic of.
 

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Helping Iraq Advance Sustainability

Earlier this month a Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski, the Iraq Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Oregon State University, and the Michael Scott Mater Foundation (MSMF) to implement partnerships aimed at developing sustainable engineering curricula, expanding research labs, promoting international student and faculty exchanges, and advancing other sustainability efforts at Iraq’s 23 public colleges of engineering.

This agreement was initiated by Iraq, and it shows a strong desire by the country and its government to rebuild its infrastructure in a way that is sustainable. Furthermore, this is the first agreement of this type between the Iraqi government and any university or US state.

As Iraq rebuilds, it is taking advantage of a perfect opportunity to look to a long-term future by boosting sustainability in its infrastructure and agriculture, increasing its renewable energy, and looking for ways to best use its natural resources and water.

The governor points out that helping Iraq would come with benefits that reach beyond that country. What is applied there could be useful in surrounding countries, and the partnership would give Oregon engineering students hands-on experience in applying sustainable engineering design in conditions that don’t exist in the United States.

A five year implementation plan is designed to meet the goals of the Iraq Ministry’s new National Education Program in Sustainable Engineering (NEPSE) to develop curriculum, communication channels, exchange programs, and collaborative research that focuses on sustainable engineering discipline/curriculum areas. The NEPSE will implement sustainable engineering education, research, and outreach into all aspects of the nation’s rebuilding efforts.

This agreement builds upon the work that Oregon State University and the Michael Scott Mater Foundation have been doing with the Iraq-led initiative to grow the country’s capacity for applying green building and sustainable agriculture technologies to the reconstruction of Iraq’s infrastructure. The governor and the university have done several things to help foster this partnership such as inviting engineering faculty from Iraq’s universities to attend workshops at the university.

There are many countries that can benefit from partnerships such as this one, and the benefits flow in both directions. It is just as important to share knowledge of what has worked or is in development as it is for students and teachers to learn how to take into account various environments and types of existing infrastructures when increasing sustainable practices in a variety of areas. These kinds of partnerships are important because they can have payoffs that extend well beyond those directly involved.

http://www.solarnovus.com/index.php...tainability&catid=75:editors-blogs&Itemid=352
 

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Waste-recycling plant to be set up in Muthanna
December 5, 2010 - 01:54:15
MUTHANNA / Aswat al-Iraq: Works are underway to build a waste-recycling plant in al-Muthanna at a cost of $151 million, according to the province’s investment commission chairman on Sunday.
“The project stands over an area of 30 donums and should be finalized in 13 months,” Adel Dakhil al-Yasseri told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
One Iraqi donum equals 2500 square meters.
“The plant, which would offer jobs for many unemployed persons, will treat different types of waste, namely those from residential and trade areas, the state departments, hospitals and industrial organizations,” he added.
Muthanna lies 280 km south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
 

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very nice piece of news.

The vehicle is a bit crude of course, but there's a start to everything! Bravo. I especially liked the bit when they said they'll be making solar powered fridges for ministries.
 

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The biggest rubbish processing plant in the Middle East was opened on Wednesday in Baghdad by a Turkish company, according to the Municipality of Baghdad.
Deputy Baghdad Mayor Naeem al-Kaabi on Wednesday opened the al-Sadr waste processing plant in al-Habibiya region, making it the largest in the Middle East.
It was designed by a Turkish company at a cost of 26 billion dinars [$22m] and completed in 20 months, according to a report from Aswat al-Iraq.
The projects will serve Sadr City and municipalities in al-Rusafa region by gathering garbage and compressing it into closed containers before sending it to a dump.
 

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thats actually great news, iraq needs more of these kind of projects. since it would decrease the SA:V ratio of the rubbish, taking up less space, and eventually smaller landfills. a step in the right direction :)
 

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After receiving a piece of land allocated for the establishment of waste-recycling plant started a group of companies and the Nile Valley to work on determining the border points and the settlement of the soil and lifting of waste from within the site.

Also been working on a fence along the external (650) meters, where it was during the last few days the implementation of direct tank landfill.

It is noteworthy that a group of companies and the Nile Valley had earlier won a license to an investment by the Muthanna Investment to establish a waste recycling plant at a cost of (151) million dollars and it is hoped that the project be completed within one year from the date of the direct implementation



 

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Chinese manufactured vans that normally operate on gasoline, have been altered by the research department in the Iraqi Ministry of Industry to operate on solar power using solar panels attached to the sides and roof of the vehicle, in Baghdad on April 18, 2011. This is the only van developed in this way so far.







 
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