13 Sep 2012
One of the cooler places to hang out in Saudi Arabia is a motor racing track built among grassy dunes on the outskirts of the capital, Riyadh. Wealthy drivers, including at least one prince, race thei...
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13 Sep 2012
The Emirates Solar Industry Association will be actively involved in the steering committee for the technical and marketing conference that will take place alongside next year’s inaugural GulfSo...
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13 Sep 2012
Households in Dubai could soon generate their own electricity using solar technology and feed any excess back into the power grid. Energy experts and government officials are “in the final stage...
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13 Sep 2012
A group of US solar-panel manufacturers has recently filed a controversial petition against the Chinese solar industry. They are accusing China of helping its solar industry by unfairly providing bill...
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13 Sep 2012
DUBAI // The municipality is aiming to make its public toilets solar-powered. The idea is to save money and increase environmental awareness, said Juma Khalifa Al Fuqae, who as director of the general...
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13 Sep 2012
At the 5th World Future Energy Summit (WFES) which opened in Abu Dhabi Monday, Chinese firms are looing to sell their innovative products to the sun-rich, but dry and hot Gulf Arab region. For the fir...
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13 Sep 2012
Emirates Solar Industry Association (ESIA) today announced that plans to promote solar power in the UAE are gaining further momentum. ESIA says plans to promote solar power in UAE, Middle East gain mo...
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13 Sep 2012
“So what happens when OPEC runs out of oil?” That’s the question I raised with OPEC secretary general Abdalla El-Badri, during a recent industry gathering in Dubai. His reply was that the oil ca...
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13 Sep 2012
Last January, Ban Ki-Moon, the UN secretary general, graced the stage of the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi. His keynote speech at the world’s biggest event focusing on renewables wa...
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13 Sep 2012
But a new report from the Emirates Solar Industries Association, sponsored by PwC, challenges this conventional wisdom. ESIA’s research, leady by author Robin Mills, indicates that solar electricity...
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