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22nd June 2022
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UAE and Egypt's consortium to buy African renewables firm Lekela Power UAE and Egypt's consortium to buy African renewables firm Lekela Power

A consortium of UAE-based Masdar and Egypt's Infinity Energy has planned to buy a majority stake in Lekela Power from private equity vehicle Actis

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ENOWA, ITOCHU and Veolia partner ENOWA, ITOCHU and Veolia partner

ENOWA, the energy, water, and hydrogen subsidiary of NEOM, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japanese trading company, ITOCHU, and Veolia, a global leader in water, waste, and energy management solutions

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Less risk, more efficiency with reliable marine identification SPONSORED Less risk, more efficiency with reliable marine identification

Ship and platform maintenance interventions can be made safer and more efficient with reliable safety identification solutions. Brady Corporation offers IMO-compliant solutions that survive marine conditions.

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Sohar Steel Rolling to construct US$18mn plant at SOHAR Freezone Sohar Steel Rolling to construct US$18mn plant at SOHAR Freezone

SOHAR Port and Freezone has signed an agreement with Sohar Steel Rolling to lease approximately 40,000 sq m of land for the construction of a steel rod manufacturing unit at the Freezone

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ACCIONA commences the construction of Jubail 3B Independent Water Project plant ACCIONA commences the construction of Jubail 3B Independent Water Project plant

Together with its partner SEPCO III, ACCIONA has started the construction of the Jubail 3B Independent Water Project (IWP)

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Eaton to expand collaboration with Microsoft Eaton to expand collaboration with Microsoft

Intelligent power management company Eaton has expanded its collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate applications of its EnergyAware uninterruptible power system (UPS) technology in key segments worldwide

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Caterpillar and Zahid Tractor supply 32MW of power Caterpillar and Zahid Tractor supply 32MW of power

Caterpillar Inc. has announced that Cat dealer Zahid Tractor was selected by the main contractor to supply power solutions that deliver 32MW of prime power for The Red Sea Project, a nearly 11,000 square-mile (28,000 sq km) regenerative tourism destination under development along Saudi Arabia's west coast

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DEWA follows latest smart systems to reduce water network losses DEWA follows latest smart systems to reduce water network losses

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has invested in its advanced smart grid and the latest technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to enhance its leadership and global excellence in water network losses

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AVEVA’s enterprise visualisation drives sustainability initiatives for water and renewable power AVEVA's enterprise visualisation drives sustainability initiatives for water and renewable power

AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software driving digital transformation and sustainability, has announced two new industry templates for customers to accelerate the deployment of enterprise visualisation

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IRENA and RCREEE strengthen energy transition collaboration in MENA region IRENA and RCREEE strengthen energy transition collaboration in MENA region

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) agreed to strengthen their collaboration on scaling up renewable energy deployment in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region

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Honeywell partners with Alfaisal University Honeywell partners with Alfaisal University

Honeywell has announced a strategic collaboration agreement with Alfaisal University in Saudi Arabia, with the aim of driving greater sustainability in buildings and supporting the Kingdom's ambition of reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2060

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Winds of change driving Middle East energy transition Winds of change driving Middle East energy transition

The Middle East is battling dual challenges of building new capacity while grappling with mounting climate change concerns as renewable technologies start to squeeze out traditional thermal-based power units, analyses Martin Clark. The full article is published in the latest issue of Technical Review Middle East.

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The shift to electric The shift to electric

Mounting concerns for climate change has led to a growing focus on electric vehicles, a trend which has permeated the mining industry. The full article is published in the latest issue of African Review.

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Mubadala Health to bring two NHS brands under one roof in Abu Dhabi Mubadala Health to bring two NHS brands under one roof in Abu Dhabi

Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC) and Moorfields Eye Hospital Abu Dhabi will deliver UAE-based ophthalmology services for diabetes and endocrinology patients in the region

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