The UAE’s solar energy sector is witnessing steady growth and is expected to account for almost 8 percent of total power capacity by 2026
Oman’s net electricity production in the January-July 2017 period registered a growth of 8% year-on-year reaching 20,901.2 GW/H from 19,349.5 GW/H over the same period of 2016
Bahrain is making plans to build a 100MW solar power plant as part of its renewable energy agenda
As part of the FiT program, GE Power’s Power Conversion (NYSE: GE) will provide a full turnkey contract to FAS Energy to build the 50-MW solar power plant for Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC)
Saudi Arabia is expected to reach out to potential vendors from countries including South Korea, France and China
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The Saudi Electricity and Co-Generation Regulatory Authority is launching an initiative to encourage set-up of small-scale solar energy systems
The project is based on the Independent Power Producer, IPP, model. The 700MW project, worth AED14.2 billion, is the fourth phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park
China’s first commercial concentrated solar power plant has begun a test run and is scheduled to send power to the grid by the end of this year
The agreement is expected to bring GE Digital’s breakthrough through its digital industrial solutions at scale to the Middle East, Africa and Turkey.
The election of the four members was made by the company’s shareholders at a General Assembly held yesterday in Abu Dhabi and these elections fill all Board positions that became vacant on 10th August, 2017
Oman is expected to launch the tendering process for the setting up of the Sultanate’s first large-scale solar Independent Power Project (IPP) before the end of this year
Dr Alleem was also appointed for his expertise in water resource management and the development of a road map to contribute effectively to sustainable global development
Four consortiums led by prominent international developers—JGC, GS Inima, ACWA, and Tedagua—are bidding for a license to develop the IWP, which will have a desalination capacity of 17.6 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD)
Partnership will combine resources, knowledge and expertise to expand services to the region’s renewable energy market