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Solar can address all Saudi power needs, minister Dr Ibrahim Babelli, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Economy and Planning, Saudi Arabia

Solar can address all Saudi power needs, minister

In high solar irradiation regions, PV with batteries are seen as the most economic solar solution for storage durations of a few hours, while CSP plants offer lower generation costs across longer storage periods

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ENEC achieves another milestone at nuclear plant

The completion of major electrical installation work at Unit 1 represent another milestone in the continued progress from construction to commissioning of the plant at Barakah
 

KSA to revive its solar programme at smaller Scale

Kingdom to add 9.5 gigawatts of renewable energy in 2030 plan. Target is below the 41 gigawatts previously envisioned
 

Dubai, Abu Dhabi lead in water sustainability

Arcadis’ sustainable cities water index explores water sustainability of global cities based on resiliency, efficiency and quality

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