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Exploitation of Solar Energy between the German Leadership and the Reality of the Algerian Experience: Analytical Study During the Period (2000-2017)

Amal Rahmane

,

Abdelhak Bentafat

,

Ahmed Sellami

Amal Rahmane 1

Abdelhak Bentafat 2 Ahmed Sellami 2 

  1. Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Business and Management Sciences, University of Mohamed Khider, Biskra, Algeria. 1

  2. Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Business and Management Sciences, University of Kasdi Merbah, Ouargla, Algeria. 2

Pages: 108-120

DOI: 10.18488/journal.13.2019.82.108.120

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Article History:

Received: 02 October, 2019
Revised: 06 November, 2019
Accepted: 09 December, 2019
Published: 03 January, 2020


Abstract:

This study aims to reveal the reality of the Algerian experience in the exploitation of solar energy, considering that Algeria is a large country in terms of space and climate capabilities that allow it to attract this kind of renewable energies. The study also observes the German experience in this field in order to benefit from it; thus, it relied upon the analytical descriptive approach. The results of the study showed the limited exploitation of this type of energy in Algeria. Despite the gradual improvement in the use of solar energy, mainly since 2015, this improvement is not as expected as it recorded an output of 244.1 MW in 2016, and the output did not exceed 400 MW until the end of 2017. This is despite the tendency of Algeria in activating and assimilating solar energy and developing its exploitation as an alternative energy for fossil energy, which comes as a priority within the National Renewable Energy Program 2015-2030. The results of the study also showed the high level achieved by Germany in the exploitation of solar energy despite the obstacles encountered where the country is cloudy. Germany’s solar power capacity reached 40988 MW in 2016 after it was within 114 MW in 2000. This would not have been achieved in Germany in the absence of the promotion of investment in renewable solar energy and consumption, where the growth rate of solar energy consumption reached about 9% in 2016, but in Algeria remains very modest, as less than 0.05%.
Contribution/ Originality
The paper's primary contribution is giving a clear vision about the possibility of strengthening the partnership between Germany's technical development as the largest generator of electric energy from sunlight in the world, and Algeria's abundant potential as the largest solar energy reservoir in the world.

Keywords:

Renewable energies, Solar energy, Electricity production, Renewable energy Act , Renewable energy program, declaration of energy partnership, Algeria, Germany.

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Funding:

This study received no specific financial support.

Competing Interests:

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Acknowledgement:

All authors contributed equally to the conception and design of the study.

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