Egypt

Sustainable large-scale energy storage in Egypt

Research project The increased penetration of fluctuating renewable energy sources, including primarily wind and solar energy, causes imbalance between supply and demand of energy, reduced capacity margins and congestion of electricity networks. One of the more promi ...
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FREE – Forecasting RenewFREE – Forecasting Renewable Energy in Egyptable Energy in Egypt

Research project There is a trend in Egypt and the world towards increased reliance on renewable energy sources. These energy sources are less taxing on the environment and have a minimal effect on global warming compared to traditional hydrocarbon-based energy sourc ...
Period: 2022-07-1 to 2025-05-31 Countries: Egypt Lead institution: Danish Technical University (DTU), Aarhus, Denmark Partner institutions: Enfor A/S, Denmark Cairo University (CU), Egypt Project code: 21-M09-DTU Total grant: 4,993,180 DKK
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Generations and social activism: new forms of youth organisation in Egypt

Research project This PhD project investigates a new and emergent form of youth activism in Egypt. Lately, a growing number of young Egyptians have started to engage in society in order to solve youth-related problems and contributing to social reform and development ... Project Completion Report: The project has explored processes of subjectivity formation and development of generational consciousness among a group of young Muslim volunteers in Cairo engaged in society through Resala, a large Muslim NGO. Follow ...
Period: 2009-09-30 to 2012-12-30 Countries: Egypt Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Project code: 09-010KU Total grant: 274,636 DKK
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The European Union’s responsibility to protect – “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P) in an Arab Spring

Master thesis Abstract
The events of the ‘Arab Spring’ and especially the military intervention in Libya have reinvigorated the discussion of the implementation of the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ doctrine (R2P). The European Unio ...
Period: 2012-08-26 to 2012-09-24 Countries: Egypt Lead institutions: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Grant recipient: Ida Krogh Mikkelsen Project code: A14658 Total grant: 12,000 DKK
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