Project is the first of many within the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Renewable Energy Program
Siemens shows that utilities can increase both efficiency and security of supply by digitalisation
The $128 million Quweira solar plant represents 16 percent of all solar capacity in the country
The company’s group revenue went up by 2% to Dh274.4 million in the first quarter of this year compared to Dh270.2 million during the same period last year
ACWA Power led consortium with Veolia and DIDIC awarded Salalah IWP project at a cost of $155.6mn. The project is the first independent water desalination procurement in the Governorate of Dhofar
Open cycle conversion to add 700 megawatts of power generation capacity with 50% increase in overall plant efficiency
Egypt has signed nuclear energy deals worth tens of billions of dollars with Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom),
As per the memorandum of understanding, SEC and GE intend to continue to work together towards accelerating the digital transformation of the Kingdom’s power sector
The Public Authority for Housing in Kuwait is working to ensure that 15% of Kuwait's local power demand is met through renewable energy sources by 2030
A surge in profits could be an indication that ABB's turnaround plan had started to gain traction.
Safi distributes commercialised ‘recycled water’ which is used in industries that require large amounts of it, while maintaining a high quality, good salinity and TDS levels.
$152bn of investment needed to add 117GW of generating capacity, and $108 billion in transmission and distribution amid growing calls for regulatory and fiscal measures to manage rising levels of demand
A consortium of ACWA Power Saudi Arabia, Veolia Middle East and Dhofar International Development and Investment Holding Company has been contracted for the project that will cost $155.5mn.
The $3bn project is expected to significantly boost Dubai’s plan to increase the share of clean energy in its total power output, which by 2020 should be 7 percent, and rise to 25 percent by 2030
It will be the first time that GE deploys its wind turbines in Jordan