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Saudi Arabia has potential to be hub for green finance for emerging markets - KPMG
The Middle East, like the rest of the world, understands the existentialist threat that climate change poses and therefore the necessary actions to move to a zero-carbon economy are fully recognised throughout the region
Turning to Smart Technologies to Keep Mission Critical Equipment Running - No Matter What
Modern software technology is essential for keeping today’s highly complex mission-critical assets performing up to standards, says Jonathan Wood, General Manager, Middle East and Africa, Infor
How decentralized solar solutions are powering global green economy transition
Access to and the productive use of solar energy are a great enabler for many communities especially in rural, off-grid areas where there is no feasible alternative to solar, across the globe
Video: Abu Dhabi Department of Energy's Chairman speaks to UME about the security of electricity and water supply in Abu Dhabi
Eng. Awaidha Murshed Al Marar, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Department of Energy speaks to Utilities Middle East about the department’s journey in building a world-leading role model of energy security through regulatory reforms, a robust integrated energy model, and driving private participation
Navigating the Digital Journey to Prepare a Utility for Success
Technology exists today to answer many of the most critical water challenges we face, says Ian Sykes, Regional Director, Sensus
Video: Tabreed's new CEO, Bader Al Lamki, talks about the company's planned entry into new markets
Just a few months in his role as CEO of Tabreed, Bader Saeed Al Lamki is very optimistic about the future of district cooling in the Middle East. He speaks to UME about his expansion plans in and outside the region and how Tabreed is leveraging advancements in technology to ramp up efficiency levels across its district cooling plants

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