Dubai – Last week, the Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA) released its Mid-Year Solar Report for the second year in a row. The report provides updates on its Annual Solar Outlook Report published in January at the World Future Energy Summit, and looks at the latest developments in the renewable energy sector across the region, while providing insights on key countries not addressed in the annual issue.
In this report, the impact of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict is addressed, as well as storage in C&I, and green hydrogen. This edition also includes updates on countries such as Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Yemen, Syria, and Palestine that were not present on the annual Solar Outlook Report. Another new addition, The Expert Feature, which includes the perspectives of industry leaders on how they see the future of solar development is also available in the report.
This Experts Feature has the contribution of prominent companies in the renewables landscape. Participating in the feature are Vice Chairman of ACWA Power Paddy Padmanathan, Project Manager of ALEC Energy Samir E Mulla, Managing Director of Enertis Applus+ Santos Garcia, Managing Director of Haala Energy Saif Bdeir, President of MEA & CA of LONGi Jia Chao, Head of Engineering at Masdar Ibraheem Almansouri, CEO and Founder of S-5! Rob Haddock, and Vice President, Asset Management of TAQA Fatima Al Shaygi.
The report is currently only available to MESIA members and will be made available to the public on September 30th. Get the report as soon as its out here*
MESIA is the only non-for profit, solar association covering and bringing together the whole of the solar sector across the entire Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Our aim is to create business opportunities for our members, organize educational webinars, events, and networking workshops for solar professionals, produce reports on market trends, latest technologies, standards, and best practices, and support our members’ and partners’ through various physical and digital activities. MESIA has over 80 local, regional and international company members and partners from the entire solar value chain: EPCs, integrators, subcontractors, technical advisors, law firms, components manufacturers, Investors/lenders/funds, components suppliers/components agents, or distributors.