College of Engineering, University of Kirkuk organized a symposium on investing solar cells as a renewable and stored energy

The symposium, in which a number of researchers and specialists participated, reviewed the ability of solar cells to produce renewable energy, their geopolitical and strategic importance, ways of exploiting and investing in the field of energy generation and how to achieve their economic independence.

The symposium highlighted the importance of using solar cells to generate energy which are environmentally friendly, do not cause significant environmental pollution and unlike traditional energies.

The symposium included reviewing the difference between renewable energy and fossil energy as renewable and immature in the light of its providing source such as wind, rain, solar heat, deep underground heat, solid biomass fuels and liquid fuels or so-called blue energy.

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