The second edition of the Libyan Energy and Economic Summit in Tripoli concluded after two days of activities with the attendance of more than 1.300 participants from more than 30 countries: double the participants of the first edition that was held in 2021.

Participants came from Turkey, Italy, Spain, France, Algeria, and a number of leading companies in the field of oil, gas, and renewable energies, especially Eni, Repsol, Total, Oilinvest, BGN, and Sonatrach.

Libyan Government of National Unity reviewed in the summit its national strategy for renewable energies 2023-2035 and its intention to implement the first solar energy plant in the Al-Sadadda area with a capacity of 500 megawatts; to be implemented by the French company Total, in addition to its agreements to establish a solar photovoltaic energy facility to generate electricity in the country.

On the sidelines of the summit, several meetings took place between Libyan officials and the attending companies to discuss joint cooperation in the fields of exploration and production development.