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  1. Riyadh forms renewable energy body

    Saudi Arabia’s Council of Ministers has formed a supreme committee that will enable the implementation of the kingdom’s renewable energy…
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    9 Apr
  2. Gulf Cooperation Council cuts utility bills

    Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, led by the UAE, have initiated discounting of electricity and water bills across all sectors…
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    2 Apr
  3. Oman could defer next renewables round

    The Oman Government’s directive to cut project spending this year could further delay the procurement timeline for the sultanate’s next…
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    2 Apr
  4. Middle East renewables programmes to withstand crisis

    The ongoing coronavirus crisis and low oil prices have made the region’s oil-exporting economies that have identified tourism, hospitality and…
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    26 Mar
  5. Firms to bid for Muscat electricity firm

    Oman raised $1bn last year by divesting share in electricity transmission company. The move to divest up to 70 per…
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    20 Mar
  6. Saudi Arabia could delay renewable contract award

    Riyadh ramped up its clean energy target to 27.3GW by 2024 and 58.7GW by 2030Riyadh’s measures to contain the spread…
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    20 Mar
  7. Kuwait power plant scheme faces challenges

    The North Shuaiba power plant privatisation and eventual share sale involves many potential complexities. Kuwait’s Electricity & Water Ministry (MEW)…
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    13 Mar
  8. Saudi Arabia plans separate wind power tender

    Saudi Arabia plans to develop a second wind independent power producer (IPP) project in Yanbu. Saudi Arabia’s Renewable Energy Project…
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    13 Mar
  9. Abu Dhabi solar plant award date unchanged

    Abu Dhabi plans to appoint developer for the 2GW solar independent power producer plant project in Al-Dhafra in the first…
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    13 Mar
  10. International firms submit bids low for Dubai private water project

    The planned Hassyan independent water project in Dubai, UAE, will have the capacity to handle up to 120 million imperial…
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    28 Feb
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