Middle East Electricity

Demand for energy in the Middle East to grow by 3.35% annually to 2035

middle east energy 2020Middle East Energy will spotlight the increasing demand for energy, which is set to grow by 3.35% per annum for the next 15 years in the region, as the Middle East and North Africa’ (MENA) population is estimated to grow by 20% to reach 581 million in 2030 and a further 24% by 2050 to hit 724 million, according to Statista

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MENA to see US$15bn solar power projects by 2026

Abu Dhabi PV AdobeStock 171702936 1Research from Informa Markets revealed 83 GW of renewable and clean energy capacity, mainly solar and wind power, is planned across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region within the next 20 years, and more than US$15bn of solar power projects are expected to become operational by 2026

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Middle East Energy 2021 to be held only as a virtual event

MEE 2021 DigitalAds 1200x628web1Middle East Energy (MEE) Dubai has announced that the 2021 edition of the show will now take place only in an online format

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MEE Dubai generated more than US$4.9bn of business in 2020

MEE 2020Middle East Energy Dubai, a leading global energy industry event formerly known as Middle East Electricity, has revealed the 2020 edition of the show generated more than US$4.9bn (AED18 billion) worth of business during the three-day showcase, as registration for the 2021 event goes live today

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John Deere extends generator drive range

imageedit 2 9019662257John Deere Power Systems (JDPS), is launching its new 200 kVA prime/225 kVA standby power generator drive engine at the Middle East Electricity show in Dubai

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