When bits drive watts in the Middle East
Alaa Elshimy, MD & Senior Vice President, Huawei Enterprise Business Group - Middle East, explains how electric power companies can further embrace digitalization as the lifelines of national economic development
Ensuring the Security of Industrial Control Systems in the Middle East
As GCC governments move ahead with economic diversification, it is vital that heavy industries put cybersecurity to the fore, says Nader Baghdadi, Middle East Regional Sales Director, Secureworks
Disassembling the myths of the waste to energy plants in the Middle East
Before the appearance of Covid-19, rapid economic development in the region has improved the quality of life for people across the Gulf, but the down side is that it is accompanied by a heavy increase in the amount of municipal solid waste
Integrating energy with environmental efforts is fundamental to preserving nature
Scaling up our transition to clean and renewable energy as well as investing in sustainable projects is key to the recovery of both our economies and the planet, says Eng. Awaidha Murshed Al Marar, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE)
The Rising Need for Smart Grids
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of smart grids to promote reliability and continuity of electricity supply, enable smoother remote operations, and improve customers’ digital experiences, says Johnny Ayoub, Senior Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton
Weathering the Perpetually Changing Storm
The digitization of data, when captured immediately upon its creation, enables better decisions to be made and the quality of services to improve across essential networks, says Jordaan Williams, Energy & Utilities Strategist, Zebra Technologies

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