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Honeywell takes energy conservation to mosques

Honeywell takes energy conservation to mosques

Al Tawba Mosque in UAE cuts energy costs by 37% during six-month pilot program with the help of Honeywell ‘Smart’ thermostat

 •   Honeywell launches smart thermostat
 •   Honeywell makes inroads in securing utilities
 •   Honeywell fights counterfeit refrigerants


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Tunisia renewables attract foreign companies

Tunisia renewables attract foreign companies

Thirty five French, Belgian and Spanish companies have expressed their intention to invest in renewable energy projects in Tunisia
 
Doosan bags $186mn desalination deal in Iran

Doosan bags $186mn desalination deal in Iran

South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. won a 220 billion won ($185.9 million) worth order from Iran-based Sazeh Sazan Co., to build a seawater reverse osmosis desalination (SWRO) plant in the Middle East country
 
UAE nuclear project companies move HQ to Masdar

UAE nuclear project companies move HQ to Masdar

The UAE's Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and its operating subsidiary, Nawah Energy Company (Nawah), held an inaugural ceremony to commemorate a move to their new headquarters in Masdar City
 
Brexit could impact Masdar’s decisions in Europe

Brexit could impact Masdar’s decisions in Europe

The company is still monitoring the full weight of the referendum results in UK, but believes its future investments decisions may be affected
 

 

Empower to host district cooling conference

Empower to host district cooling conference

Dubai will play host to 2016 Idea International District Cooling Conference for the second time in two years.
 
Oman engineering college working on solar project

Oman engineering college working on solar project

The College of Engineering at Oman's Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) is presently working on a novel project to generate electricity with the help of solar panels at an investment of RO216,000 ($559,093)
 
Kuwait to begin first IWPP operations this year

Kuwait to begin first IWPP operations this year

Kuwait’s first independently owned power and water facility Az-Zour North One Phase 1 is expected to fully start commercial operations by November 2016
 
Masdar-led consortium wins Dubai 800MW solar deal

Masdar-led consortium wins Dubai 800MW solar deal

A consortium led by Abu Dhabi’s Masdar has been selected to build the 800-megawatt (MW) third phase of Dubai’s solar park
 
South Africa seen as attractive PV solar market

South Africa seen as attractive PV solar market

A new study assessing the future role of solar photovoltaics (PV) in the global electricity system suggests that the technology’s installed base could grow to between identifies South Africa as among the most attractive markets for deployment
 
EnerTech to build up to 500MW of PV in Pakistan

EnerTech to build up to 500MW of PV in Pakistan

Kuwaiti cleantech company EnerTech Holding Co has agreed to build 50 MW to 500 MW of photovoltaic (PV) power generation capacity in Pakistan
 
Masdar aims to expand as clean energy demand rises

Masdar aims to expand as clean energy demand rises

Abu Dhabi’s Masdar is planning to enter new markets across the GCC, North Africa, the Indian subcontinent, South East Asia and China as the demand for clean energy rises
 
Saudi Arabia district cooling sees bright future

Saudi Arabia district cooling sees bright future

The demand for water, power and cooling are the pure result of Saudi Arabia’s rapidly expanding industrial base and population
 
Bee’ah, Kalba sign waste collection deal

Bee’ah, Kalba sign waste collection deal

Bee'ah, the Middle East's leading fully integrated environment and waste management company, has signed a contract with Al Kalba Municipality, for the provision of waste collection, management and treatment services in the city
 
Irena forecasts rise in solar energy generation

Irena forecasts rise in solar energy generation

Amount of electricity generated using solar panels is expected to expand as much as sixfold by 2030 as the cost of production falls below competing natural gas and coal-fired plants
 
QEWC capex set to jump to $2bn in 2016-18, Moody's

QEWC capex set to jump to $2bn in 2016-18, Moody's

This increase is reflective of QEWC’s new phase of investments in the construction of RAF A3 and Umm Al Houl Power Plant
 




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