Egypt and Russia have agreed on all the clauses of the commercial contract on construction of the first nuclear power plant in the country
Last year the exhibition brought together 600 companies from 32 countries and more than 30,000 attendees from 150 countries
Breakthrough technology delivers significant weight reduction and energy savings in rail transportation
The 2.42 US cents per kWh bid reflects declining costs for photovoltaic cells and cheaper financing for clean-energy projects.
New technology showcased at Intersolar Middle East exhibition will enable regionâ€™s solar industry to ramp up efficiency and productivity
H.E Saeed Mohammed Ahmed Al Tayer, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority's Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, officially opened Intersolar Middle East in Dubai today.
As the UAE is preparing to send an unmanned probe to Mars by 2021, the technological capability of this mission is already giving a boost to other apparently unrelated sectors as well
DEWA has recorded an increase in the use of its smart services during Q2 of 2016, with the smart adoption rate having reached 68%, from a total of 2,492,890 smart transactions
Encore, the manufacturers of one of the worldâ€™s most eco-friendly toilet cisterns, said hotels in the Middle East region could save 3.86 million litres annually by installing one of its key systems
GE will supply steam turbines, generators, other equipment to the Hinkley Point C project
Leading experts from regional government and the solar industry will speak at the Global Solar Leadersâ€™ Summit
The Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) has announced a tender to provide â€śTechnical Advisory Servicesâ€ť for its plans to increase water and power supply.
The government has given the go ahead for a new ÂŁ18bn nuclear power station in the UK after imposing "significant new safeguards" for future projects
DEWA has awarded the contract for Independent Power Producer (IPP) Advisory Services for the 200MW Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant to a consortium led by KPMG Lower Gulf Limited (Financial), alongside Mott MacDonald (Technical) and Ashurt (Legal)
Difficulties arising from operating in more technically challenging physical environments is the number one risk on the minds of executives in the power and utilities sector, according to a new study
With a continued rise in global energy demands due to economic growth, the growth of electricity consumption in 2020 will cost the Kingdom around 3.2 million barrels of oil per day