Aidan Mercer, industry marketing director, utilities and government, Bentley Systems.
A key driver enforcing a TOTEX approach in water and wastewater utilities is the lack of complete and accurate engineering information captured during CAPEX that serves as feed for the OPEX cycle
A case study on how University of California (UC) San Diego Optimises microgrid system with SEL POWERMAX and protection relays
GEâ€™s Worldwide Partnership with the Olympic Games is now in its 10th year, and represents an opportunity to bring several of the companyâ€™s portfolio of businessesâ€”known collectively as the GE Storeâ€”to support the pinnacle of sporting endeavour
Abu Dhabi is on a vibrant path for economic transformation which is driving demand for water and power to unprecedented levels. The emirateâ€™s Regulatory and Supervision Bureau (RSB) is now working to ensure a world class utility sector.
The recent boom in the construction of automated urban rail networks in the GCC is opening up immense possibilities for substations tailored for the rail industry, says Samir Fadda, head of rail, Asia and MENA
While most Middle East headquartered solar companies have limited their African investments to North Africa, mainly in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt, large opportunities abound in Sub-Saharan Africa, where over 620 million people live without access to power
Planning and designing an effective temperature control system is a requisite that every developer must prioritise before the start of any project. But more than often, not everything goes according to plan
The GCC region remains an indispensable market for the global water pump industry owing to growing demand for water. But with the region plagued with low oil prices that continue to constrain government budgets, can the industry survive the current storm?
Saudi Arabiaâ€™s ambitious drive to scale up investments in new water and electricity projects has been undimmed by the stagnation in falling oil prices as demand for utilities reaches an all-time high
Utility installations are the lynchpin of any economy, and are traditionally the first to be secured in the wake of any attack. But beyond physical security, how well guarded is the utility sector from an avalanche of virtual attacks?
Bentley discusses its latest modelling products for an integrated management of the entire urban water lifecycle that advances the design and construction of water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure.
The power and utilities industry is under pressure to become more energy efficient, amid growing costs. Industry-leading companies such as GE believe that smart solutions will represent a paradigm shift in the way utilities are managed and consumed.
Increased demand for electric power in the GCC is set to drive the regional utility cable industry into an ostensibly tenable future. But how is the industry primed to meet changing demand patterns, a reflection of a more intuitive market landscape?
Having successfully completed a pilot project together in the Oman desert, GlassPoint and Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) are now working on one of the largest solar projects in history.James Henderson speaks to senior executives of both companies.
At the foundation of power generation and distribution are the substations, fueling infrastructure projects and coping with the ever-increasing domestic demand as Qatarâ€™s population swells
Policy makers and business leaders will address issues around renewable energy policy and financing at next week's MENA Clean Energy Forum