First-of-its-kind facility in the region adopting waste to energy solutions to convert farm waste into gas used to power facilities
This move is based on the government's directives to encourage more private sector investment in Oman's infrastructure, especially in the water sector in general and sanitation in particular
Introduction of new technologies will reduce energy consumption and enhance Majis’ operations, adding value to customers in Sohar Industrial Port
The 1.3 MWp solar PV plant will reduce CO2 emissions by more than 1,400 tonnes annually
The company said that the contract has been awarded for a period of 360 days and will commence on 31 October, 2019
Easy UPS 3 Series now extends from 10 to 200 kVA with new Easy UPS 3M 120, 160, and 200 kVA UPSs
The Rural Areas Electricity Company indicated that all 11 projects will be awarded to a single bidder
The project has been funded by Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, and GE has supplied 13 wind turbines
The project will have important ramifications for the Qurayat Wilayat’s once lucrative agriculture industry, according to a report by the Supreme Council for Planning (SCP).
The main objective of this project is to assist OPWP in ensuring that demand response participation is a prospective option for future capacity procurement alongside the current practice of procuring capacity.
A first-of-its-kind in the Gulf, the Dhofar Wind Project spans over 1,900 hectares utilising a $100mn investment
As per the contract, Veolia will treat and recycle wastewater at the rate of 1,500 cu m/h, and will also be responsible for the sludge incineration unit
Setting up nine power substations across the country, having a capacity of around 352MVA, besides upgrading a number of substations
The concentrated solar power plant will only proceed if a clean coal Independent Power Project (IPP) proposed at Duqm does not get the government’s green-light before the end of this year
OPWP is planning to develop the second phase of the solar programme known as Manah Solar I IPP and Manah Solar II IPP with each having a capacity generation between 500MW to 600MW