Subjects – Syria Report



A group of 18 companies and businessmen have recently established a renewable energy company in Homs. The company’s partners, including controversial figures such as Samer Foz, have tried to establish the company since as early as October 2021, but faced some legal troubles.
The Syrian government has reported Emirati and Chinese interest in its project to incentivise investments in wind and solar energy as it seeks to increase the share of renewable energy sources in its energy mix in the long term, although funding remains a challenge. 


The two tables below list the companies involved in renewable energy sector in Syria since 2006. The first table lists the companies that were mentioned in our articles over the past years with links to the articles, while the second table lists the companies established in Syria with an interest in the renewable energy sector based on information collected from the Official Gazette of Syria.
Syria has four large industrial cities located near Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, and Deir-ez-Zor. The government built them to attract large-scale industrial projects, increase exports of high-value-added industrial products and create employment opportunities.


Al-Matin is active in the manufacture and trade of industrial chemicals.