Iraq Solar PV Marketplace®

Catalyzing the use of Solar Photovoltaic Energy in Iraq

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This website “Iraq Solar PV Marketplace®” is developed as part of the collaboration activities between UNDP, RCREEE and national partners to provide necessary information on solar PV market developments in Iraq and introduce the key market actors including public institutions and private companies engaged in the PV business. Further, information on the legal framework for Private investments and available investments are introduced, including the necessary texts to ensure a well-informed decision making process.

The Iraq Solar PV Marketplace also includes a dedicated section on the recently developed Solar Atlas of Iraq. It also lists some important capacity development activities, links to relevant cooperation projects and key country specific publications of relevance.

About UNDP

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the United Nations’ global development network, working in over 170 countries and territories to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. UNDP helps ‘countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results. Through UNDP’s extensive work at global, regional and national levels, UNDP has learned that tackling climate change and expanding access to sustainable energy and water must be central to efforts to make results of development sustainable and resilient. UNDP is the UNs largest provider of assistance on climate change, with over $2.8 billion of grants to countries around the world. In support of the new Paris Climate Change Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals, UNDP helps countries transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient development future. Support to countries is led by UNDPs extensive system of Country Offices and five UNDP Regional Hubs.


The Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) is an intergovernmental organization with diplomatic status that aims to enable and increase the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency practices in the Arab region. RCREEE partners with national governments, international organizations and private companies to initiate and lead clean energy policy dialogues, strategies and capacity development in order to increase Arab states’ share of tomorrow’s energy. Through its solid alliance with the League of Arab States, RCREEE is committed to tackle each country’s specific needs and objectives through collaborating with Arab policy makers, businesses, international organizations and academic communities in key work areas: capacity development and learning, policies and regulations, research and statistics, and technical assistance. The center is also involved in various local and regional projects and initiatives that are tailored to specific objectives. Having today 17 Arab countries among its members, RCREEE is the strategic partner for Arab countries in driving energy transition towards a better life for all our people.


This website is developed by the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The information and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of RCREEE, UNDP, or its Member States. Reference to any specific product, service, process, or method does not constitute an implied or expressed recommendation or endorsement for it. Further, RCREEE makes no warranties or representations, expressed or implied, as to the fitness for particular purpose or merchantability of any product, apparatus, or service, or the usefulness, completeness, or accuracy of any processes, methods, or other information contained, described, disclosed, or referred to in this report. RCREEE makes no representation that the use of any product, apparatus, process, method, or other information will not infringe privately owned rights and will assume no liability for any loss, injury, or damage resulting from, or occurring in connection with, the use of information contained, described, disclosed, or referred to in this report.