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  1. UAE and Saudi Arabia will keep utility developers busy

    In what has been a relatively quiet 2019 for utility developers and contractors in the Middle East and North Africa,…
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    13 Jun
  2. Acwa Power CEO highlights the need for private investment

    “The biggest challenge we face is a lack of courage,” says Paddy Padmanathan. Leaning back on a sumptuous settee in…
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    4 Jun
  3. Jordan to produce 20 per cent of energy from renewables by 2025

    Jordan is expecting 20 per cent of its power to be produced by renewable energy resources by 2025, the Ministry…
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    4 Jun
  4. Saudi renewables chief moves to private sector

    The former head of Saudi Arabia’s Renewable Project Development Office (Repdo), Turki al-Shehri, has been appointed by French energy firm…
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    24 May
  5. Lebanon looks to reform ailing electricity sector

    In early April, Lebanon’s government approved a long-awaited plan to reform its electricity sector, aiming to reduce daily blackouts for…
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    24 May
  6. Iraq hopes third time lucky for competitive IPPs

    The decision by Iraq to invite interest in a number of solar independent power producer (IPP) projects is not the…
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    24 May
  7. Changes at the grid edge boost power supply

    The adoption of renewable energy sources is gaining momentum the world over, and countries in the Middle East and Africa…
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    7 May
  8. Kuwait moves on power projects

    More than two years after Kuwait’s first independent water and power project was commissioned, developers are hopeful that progress will…
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    18 Apr
  9. Abu Dhabi moves to unify UAE utility production

    Abu Dhabi’s utility sector has undergone unprecedented changes in the past 12 months. New government entities have been created and…
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    27 Mar
  10. The Middle East gets to work on renewable projects

    Less than two months after announcing its ambitious plan to install 58.7 GW of renewable power generation capacity by 2030,…
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    27 Mar
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