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  1. Teams submit bids for Abu Dhabi’s Al-Dhafra solar IPP scheme

    The Al-Dhafra solar IPP scheme will cover an area of 20 square kilometres and supplant Noor Abu Dhabi as the…
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    3 Dec
  2. US confirms Saudi Arabia nuclear energy talks

    A senior US official has confirmed that Washington is in talks with Riyadh about supporting Saudi Arabia’s planned nuclear programme….
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    11 Nov
  3. US confirms nuclear energy talks with Saudi Arabia

    Riyadh will have to sign an accord with Washington on the peaceful use of nuclear technology for US firms to…
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    30 Oct
  4. Realising the hydrogen economy

    In the wake of ‘hydrogen and fuel cell day’ in the US on 8 October, MEED took a closer look…
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    11 Oct
  5. Gulf sets a new global benchmark for solar energy production

    The submission of two tariffs below $1.8 cents a kilowatt-hour (kWh) for the fifth phase of Dubai’s Mohammed bin Rashid…
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    10 Oct
  6. Acwa Power wins 250MW solar energy deal in Ethiopia

    Saudi Arabia’s Acwa Power has been awarded a contract to develop two photovoltaic (PV) solar projects with a total capacity…
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    30 Sep
  7. Clean energy steals the limelight at World Energy Congress

    Reducing carbon dioxide emissions and conserving hydrocarbons reserves are key factors shaping energy policy in the Middle East and North…
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    30 Sep
  8. Dubai receives bids for wind power study

    State utility Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (Dewa) in the United Arab Emirates has received proposals for the contract to…
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    19 Aug
  9. UAE’s Bee’ah sets sights on digitalisation and renewable energy

    All new economies will rely on sustainability and digitalisation, says Bee’ah group CEO Khaled al-Huraimel. Sharjah, in the United Arab…
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    15 Aug
  10. Contractors to start work on Egypt’s biggest ever petrochemicals plant

    The main contractors are expected to start work on Egypt’s biggest ever petrochemicals project this year, according to James Bishop,…
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    26 Jul
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