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Powering the future
Electricity and water are the main challenges of fast growing economy such as Dubai. With the emirate’s population projected to double by 2030, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is leaving nothing to chance. From the largest solar park in the world, to the first ever coal power plant in the Gulf, DEWA is fully charged to power up the future of Dubai. Writes Baset Asaba
UAE makes steps towards second coal-fired power plant
FEWA, the sole utility provider for the UAE’s norther emirates, is planning to build the 1.8 gigawatt (GW) coal-fired plant based on the independent power producer model
Dubai signs deal for 2,400MW clean coal project
Dubai's state utility firm has officially signed agreements with a consortium including China's Harbin Electric and Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power to build and operate a 2,400 megawatt clean coal power plant in the emirate
Harbin, ACWA near loan for Dubai clean coal plant
A consortium including China's Harbin Electric and Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power aims to secure a loan of up to $1.4bn before the end of the second quarter to finance a 1,200 megawatt clean coal power plant in Dubai
DEWA shortlists eight for 1,200MW clean coal plant
Dubai utility cuts list of original 17 companies that showed interest
The Case for Clean Coal
Can the Middle East be one of the first regions to adopt clean coal?

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