As regional utilities seek to meet their renewable energy targets, they must also address the intermittency of renewable energy sources with viable storage solutions, such as batteries, in order to ensure the sustainability of its uptake, says Robert Harward, Chief Executive, Lockheed Martin UAE
Can innovations already used in many other industries, such as decentralised production, real-time analytics pulled from big data, sensor networks, and mobile computing, change the contours and competitive balance of utilities?
The GCC’s waste volume is expected to reach 180 million tonnes in the next five years, which augments the case for investment in waste-to-energy (WTE). Is the region now overcoming bottlenecks that previously stood in the way of utility scale WTE?
DEWA has been leading the way over the last decade by channeling additional resources geared towards a robust power and water network in Dubai, while at the same time coming up with ingenious ways to boost overall customer experience
Utilities Middle East brings you the top 25 most influential individuals in the GCC utilities industry
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