Solar energy to heat ablution water at Al Noor mosque in Bahrain

The renovated mosque was inaugurated by the chairman of the Sunni Endowments Council.

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Spanning 600m², the mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshippers and features a muezzin residential space and a library.
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Spanning 600m², the mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshippers and features a muezzin residential space and a library.

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The Al Noor mosque in Riffa, Bahrain, has been equipped with a system that uses solar energy to heat ablution water as part of an initiative to refurbish places of worship.

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The mosque was opened ahead of Eid Al-Adha celebrations after a revamp that also saw the installation of energy-saving electrical equipment.

Improvements form part of the country’s Sunni Endowments Directorate, reports Bahrain News Agency (BNA).

According to BNA, the mosque received a makeover from members of the Al-Sada family, under their father Hashim bin Abdullatif Al-Sada’s interests to rebuild the structure.

The renovated mosque was inaugurated by the chairman of the Sunni Endowments Council, Dr Shaikh Rashid bin Mohammed Al-Hajeri, alongside residents and officials from the Bukuwara region in East Riffa.

Spanning 600m², the mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshippers and features a muezzin residential space and a library.

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