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Dow committed to Middle East’s Solar Power Industry

Solar power technology like CSP offers many advantages in regions that require reliable new sources of energy. The technology helps diversify energy supply, is capable of producing power during periods of peak demand, and reduces dependence on fossil fuels. When used instead of fossil fuel generation plants, CSP facilities offer improved air quality and can … Continue reading Dow committed to Middle East’s Solar Power Industry

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Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait and Oman to Focus on Concentrated Solar Power to Diversify Its Energy Mix

The future of concentrating solar power in the GCC region, according to the report, is as bright as sunshine. A recently published research report “GCC Renewable Energy Sector Analysis” by KuicK Research has suggested that solar energy will dominate the upcoming renewable energy development in the GCC region. The GCC region is largest producer of … Continue reading Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait and Oman to Focus on Concentrated Solar Power to Diversify Its Energy Mix

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Saudi Arabia’s Plans for a Solar Powered Future

There have been major developments within the MENA region over the past 12 months, bringing solar energy to the fore. None more so than in Saudi Arabia where over a billion USD have been invested into the production of solar power to secure the nation’s future energy. With recent growth in technical advancements in the … Continue reading Saudi Arabia’s Plans for a Solar Powered Future

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Saudi Arabia to unveil first tender for solar power in early 2013

SolarReserve LLC, a US maker of concentrated solar power, plans multiple bids for Saudi Arabia’s first renewable-energy tender as the country plans to generate a third of its electricity from solar energy. SolarReserve has formed a joint venture in Saudi Arabia and is working on preliminary proposals for the tender, Chief Executive Officer Kevin Smith … Continue reading Saudi Arabia to unveil first tender for solar power in early 2013

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