Renewables

DSM’s coating for solar PV return bigger gains

trme 17jThe Middle East region is one of the most attractive markets for the upcoming solar and PV sector. According to the 2019 Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA) released yesterday at the Solar Forum during WFES 2019, rapid innovation has allowed solar technologies to evolve quickly and cheap, thus enabling solar energy to become a competitive power generation source

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Saudi Arabia awards first utility-scale wind project

SA wind 14jThe Renewable Energy Project Development Office (REPDO) of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources (MEIM) has awarded its Dumat Al Jandal wind project to the consortium led by EDF Energies Nouvelles and Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar)

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Masdar rolls out first all-electric bus service in Middle East

Eco BusMasdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, has officially launched the first fully electric passenger bus – Eco-Bus – in the region in partnership with the department of transport in Abu Dhabi (DoT), Abu Dhabi-based bus manufacturer Hafilat Industry LLC, and Siemens

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‘Iraq moving towards the green path’

Iraq 12Iraq is seeking to diversify its energy dependency by building large-scale solar, wind and biomass facilities within the next decade, expecting to supply more than 10 per cent of its energy needs by 2028 from sustainable resources, according to Frost & Sullivan’s energy analysis

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RENAC’s green banking programme launched for MENA

wind turbine 937713 1280The Renewables Academy AG (RENAC), an international training provider for green energy technologies, has announced the start of the scholarship application phase for one of the trainings under its 18-month programme “Green Banking MENA – Capacity Building on Green Energy and Climate Finance”

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