BU DHABI // Dubai’s announcement that it planned to triple its renewable-energy target was more good news for solar companies after a buoyant 2014, a leading solar entrepreneur has said. Sami Khoreibi, the chief executive and founding partner of local solar installer Enviromena Power Systems, said raising Dubai’s 2030 renewables target to 15 per cent […]
Sami Khoreibi, CEO of Enviromena Power Systems (“Enviromena“), a UAE-based international solar photovoltaic integrator, highlighted the consistent cost of producing solar energy in comparison to the volatile long-term cost of hydrocarbons in ‘The Next Wave of Growth Markets’ panel discussion at the World Future Energy Summit on Tuesday 21st January 2015.
AN ACTION-packed first two days of WFES, part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, saw a host of announcements of project launches, business deals and prize winners, while a number of high-level dignitaries have been on site at Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Center to discuss global and regional energy challenges.
FOUR DAYS of networking, innovation and knowledge sharing will end today, following the successful eighth edition of the World Future Energy Summit (WFES), which has been taking place at Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Center (ADNEC) this week.
Enviromena has undertaken around half of all grid connected solar photovoltaic projects in the Middle East since it was founded in 2007. Sami Khoreibi, CEO and Erik Voldner, executive director of operations discuss the future of rooftop solar in the region.