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2nd June 2019
 Masdar and EDF to build 800MW solar power plant in Morocco Masdar and EDF to build 800MW solar power plant in Morocco

The Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (Masen) has awarded 800MW Noor Midelt I solar project to a consortium led by French company EDF

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 Abu Dhabi’s manufacturing sector witnesses up to six per cent growth Abu Dhabi's manufacturing sector witnesses up to six per cent growth

The industrial sector in Abu Dhabi has witnessed a rise as the growth rate of manufacturing industries increased to 5.9 per cent and 42 industrial facilities entered production with a total investment of US$3.35bn

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 Identify pipes in any facility anywhere with Brady SPONSORED Identify pipes in any facility anywhere with Brady

Brady Corporation offers fully customisable pipemarkers for any pipe, contents and flow information a plant may need

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 Hyunday E&C wins US$2.45bn desalination project in Iraq Hyunday E&C wins US$2.45bn desalination project in Iraq

Hyundai Engineering & Construction (E&C) has clinched a US$2.45bn deal to build a seawater processing facility in Iraq, marking its first overseas contract this year

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 DEWA appoints consultants for Hassyan desalination IWP project DEWA appoints consultants for Hassyan desalination IWP project

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has appointed a consortium of companies including Ernst & Young (E&Y), CMS, and WSP as advisors on the Hassyan's seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) project to produce 120mn imperial gallons per day (MIGD)

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 Layer Electronics continues Middle East expansion Layer Electronics continues Middle East expansion

The managing director of Layer Electronics s.r.l., Antonino Culcasi discusses with Technical Review Middle East about the company's latest products and its future strategies for the Middle East region

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 Eurovent Certification introduces high ambient conditions to VRF certification programme Eurovent Certification introduces high ambient conditions to VRF certification programme

Eurovent Certita Certification (ECC) has adopted the addition of high ambient temperature conditions to its certification programme for variable refrigerant flow systems

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 Bentley Systems’ OpenBuildings Station Designer for rail and transit stations Bentley Systems' OpenBuildings Station Designer for rail and transit stations

Bentley Systems has announced the availability of OpenBuildings Station Designer, a multidisciplinary application for the design, analysis, visualisation and simulation of rail, metro or other transit stations

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 Hyva KENNIS demonstrates electric power Hyva KENNIS demonstrates electric power

KENNIS, a Hyva crane brand, has introduced the new Hyva KENNIS e-Power rolloader crane, featuring an electric powertrain, rather than a conventional diesel one

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 AI in district cooling improves efficiency AI in district cooling improves efficiency

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in district cooling systems helps improve efficiency and provide an easier experience for those looking for adopting district cooling systems

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 ‘Technology progress failing to keep pace with long-term energy goals’ 'Technology progress failing to keep pace with long-term energy goals'

The vast majority of technologies and sectors are not keeping pace with long-term goals of the clean energy transitions

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Freight take-off slow but steady Freight take-off slow but steady

Global trade uncertainties have reined in demand for air cargo in recent months, but it has not deterred the Middle East region's largest carriers. Martin Clark reports on the current conditions. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Technical Review Middle East

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Growing waste industry needs positive safety culture Growing waste industry needs positive safety culture

NEBOSH head of qualifications and assessment, David Towlson, spoke to Health, Safety & Environment consultant Amitabh Bhattacharya about working in the Middle East waste industry, including the challenge of fostering a positive health and safety culture. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Health, Safety & Security Review Middle East

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 Iran to attend Gas Exporting Countries Forum fifth summit Iran to attend Gas Exporting Countries Forum fifth summit

Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has officially invited Iran's President Hassan Rouhani to attend the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) fifth Heads of State Summit in Malabo

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