Renewables

‘Abundant solar potential in North Africa’

Gurmeet MesiaRecent reports are rife with the increasing number of solar projects in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. Besides, each country is competing with the other to build the biggest solar park in the world. Technical Review Middle East speaks with Gurmeet Kaur, Marketing & Communication Director at Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA), to understand if the countries have the support to fulfil their expectations

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‘GCC must make right decisions for renewables progress’

Raed boozThe GCC states show great promise for renewable energy deployment, according to a recent study by management consultancy Strategy& Middle East, part of the PwC network and to unlock this potential, GCC governments must develop a carefully planned framework and make careful decisions

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Yellow Door Energy to energise gas company facility in Dubai

yellowdoorYellow Door Energy and Arabian Industrial Gases have signed a 20-year lease to provide solar power for the latter’s manufacturing facility in Dubai Investments Park, making it Yellow Door Energy’s 10th solar lease in Dubai under the Shams Dubai net metering scheme

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Monitoring and managing renewable energy

windenergy pixabayEnergy sector investments in big data technologies have exploded. In fact, according to a study by BDO, the industry’s expenditure on this technology in 2017 has increased by ten times compared to the previous year, with the firm attributing much of this growth to the need for improved management of renewables

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Better technology can change battery storage potential: BP Review

EV BPAs BP announces its investment in a developer of electric vehicle batteries with the potential to charge in five minutes, the company looks at the technology today and its potential for the future

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