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Renewable Energy Target Rise Welcomed

November 24, 2017

Abu Dhabi // The UAE released 199.65 million tonnes of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in 2013, the Ministry of Energy announced yesterday. Electricity and water generation accounted for the bulk of emissions, at 33 percent or 64.89 million tonnes of green-house gases.

Energy storage will transform energy market, CEO says

May 23, 2017

Advances in energy storage technology will lead to a huge transformation of the Middle East and Africa’s energy market in the next decade. That was the message from Sami Khoreibi, CEO of the transformative energy company Enviromena, as he spoke to the World Economic Forum in Jordan this week. Mr Khoreibi, who founded Enviromena in 2007, says […]

Qatar’s Inspirational Transition to the Solar Era

June 9, 2015

Sitting under a tent in the bright, clean sunshine of Qatar, Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser listened intently as His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani shared an inspiration with her. It was early 1995, and together the noble couple conceived a plan for the post-carbon, cleantech future of their country. Envisioning a […]

HOME UAE Environment Dh500m solar power project planned for Northern Emirates

April 5, 2015

A plant with a capacity of 100 MW can produce enough power to meet the needs of 20,000 homes.

Solar Developers Flocking to Egypt

March 30, 2015

An increasing number of international developers are investing billions in solar projects in the country, including three Saudi-led projects aiming to construct 5.5 GW of PV capacity across the country.

Unpredictable Fossil Fuel Prices Only Aiding Solar, says Gulf EPC chief

February 12, 2015

The unpredictability of fossil fuel prices is a boon for solar power, even when the direction of those changes is downward, according to the head of a Middle East-based EPC firm.

The National: Obama Conjures Up Kennedy Spirit

January 27, 2011

The US President Barack Obama invoked the spirit of John F Kennedy in this annual state of union speech this week to inspire Americans to embrace clean energy. “We’re telling America’s scientists and engineers that if they assemble teams of the best minds in their fields, and focus on the hardest problems in clean energy.

Green Tech Media: Masdar Visit: Solar Projects in Abu Dhabi

January 25, 2011

PV does work in the Middle East.  And it will keep unemployment down, as they need lots of laborers to brush the dust off the panels every two weeks. While attending the World Future Energy Summit, we received a tour of Masdar City given by Martyn Potter, the Director of Operations and Facilities. And there […]

BBC News – Middle East Business Report: Abu Dhabi’s Bid to be a Pioneer of Clean Energy

January 22, 2011

Abu Dhabi plays host to the World Future Energy Summit this week, bringing together climate change experts and investors from around the globe. Despite sitting on one tenth of the world’s oil, the emirate is trying to promote itself as a pioneer for of clean energy. Its biggest project is Masdar, a sustainable, zero-carbon city […]

The Globe and Mail: The Builders – Canadians Changing the World

December 31, 2010

From a nation often known for communicating or meditating rather than producing tangible stuff, these Canadians leave big things behind wherever they go.

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