10 May 2017
Following the renewable energy trend across the world, the Egyptian government has decided to pour in billions for the development of solar and wind power plants across the country. The Egyptian aspir...
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01 May 2017
The government of Jordan signed Sunday several energy deals at the Jordan International Energy Summit, two of which involve solar projects of 17 MW and 50 MW.   According to local media, an agree...
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01 May 2017
Egypt’s solar market took a big step forward with the signing of 400MW of PPAs by Scatec Solar and its partners.   The gloss had been removed from a successful tendering round that saw projec...
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21 Apr 2016
MESIA is proud to have been a founding member of the Global Clean Water Desalination Alliance. The overall objective of the Alliance is to stimulate a reduction of CO2 emissions from water desalinatio...
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11 Mar 2016
11 March 2016 Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Company, ADWEC, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA) has released, to a select circle of Solar Energy development compani...
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31 Jan 2016
MESIA forecasts year of growth, lower levelized costs of solar electricity   Middle East: Over 2,000 Megawatts of Solar to Be Tendered in 2016 MESIA forecasts year of growth, lower levelized cost...
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21 Dec 2015
Dear MESIA members, Please see below a very important letter from DEWA regards to Shams Dubai. It has brought to my attention that a number of manufacturers had submitted either fake or forged docum...
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16 Dec 2015
16 December 2015   The Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (“ADWEA”) formally announces the commencement of a competitive process to select a developer or developer consortium t...
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16 Dec 2015
The Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (“ADWEA”) formally announces the commencement of a competitive process to select a developer or developer consortium to own up to 40% of a spe...
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09 Dec 2015
DEWA has attracted a large group of international developers for its much-anticipated Phase III 800MW Solar PV tender.   Solar IPP heavyweights such Engie-Marubeni, SunEdison, ACWA Power, EDF...
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