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Laurent Longuet, CEO of SirajPower, UAE's leading distributed solar energy provider, shares his views on the UAE's efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 and the impact on the solar energy sector in the region
The Cyber Threats are Real – We’ve Got to Be Ready
Utility executives must understand that they’re at heightened risk, says Christophe Blassiau, Schneider Electric Global CISO
Shams Dubai: clean and sustainable energy for generations to come
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is developing the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai into the largest single-site solar park in the world, with a capacity of 5,000 megawatts by 2030 and investments totalling AED 50 billion
Doosan Heavy: The trouble with national champions
The company has not reported net profits since 2013, the same year that revenues began to shrink, says Melissa Brown, IEEFA’s Director of Energy Finance Studies, Asia
District Cooling – Driving efficiency and sustainability in the GCC
More recently, district cooling has emerged as a more efficient and cheaper method, but also one which reduces the environmental impact, says Mohamed Youssef, Senior Vice-President, Infrastructure, Middle East & Africa
How utility network managers can gain critical visibility to meet user demands
Network continuity is vital for utility managers but traffic congestion can occur at any time impacting the ability to carry this mission-critical data without latency. Thankfully, new advanced software capabilities give utilities data-driven analytics to avoid issues. By Azz-Eddine Mansouri, General Manager at Ciena Middle East

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