The Hashemite Kingdom sees tariffs tumble to near record levels in round 2
Time will tell if Dubai's new rooftop scheme will achieve desired results, says Eversheds
Will Tesla's new storage solution live up to all the hype?
The North African country has embarked on a programme to introduce to 22GW of renewable capacity by 2030
The country's energy picture looks brighter after years of underinvestment.
Ahmad Bin Shafar-led district cooling company has ambitious plans to double its capacity to 2 million RT by 2018
Attacks on energy companies and infrastructure are on the up but the industry is fighting back.
Alstom plans to be at the vanguard of the impending transformation of Middle East power networks.
Soaring sales of smart metres will herald the age of the smart grid. But when will it happen?
Gulf Countries continue to set ambitious targets for wastewater recycling
The Al Wathba 2 wastewater treatment plant recycles precious water for the city of Abu Dhabi
Marc Norman and Richard Keenan, Chadbourne & Parke, on Egypt's ambitious programme to procure 12GW of renewable energy by 2020
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How Germany became the global leader in solar energy
DEWA attracts record low bids for solar park expansion (ANALYSIS)
Middle East countries must treat sewage effluent as the precious resource it is