Experts estimate that Qatar will need to invest $9bn (QAR32.8bn) between 2016 and 2020 in order to achieve its overall energy goals.
In a move geared towards driving down carbon emissions from desalination plants, Qatar and Sweden are in the initial stages of establishing a water desalination project that will purely run on solar and wind energy
GE Energy Connections is setting a new benchmark in localised provision of power solutions with a contract to support the power supply of Qatar’s future smart city, the Lusail City mega-development, venue for Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup
Qatar will continue to rely heavily on independent water and power producers (IWPPs) in the medium term for enhancing capacity, Arab Petroleum Investment Corporation (Apicorp) has said
Siemens has appointed Adrian Wood as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the company’s operations in Qatar, effective September 1, 2016
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