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Many drivers have been identified for energy demand in the Middle East, especially in the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf. A growing population is set to increase by nearly a third by 2025. This growth will be concentrated in urban areas and will inevitably...Read More...
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As the world’s largest holder of crude oil proved reserves, the Kingdom has never been overly concerned with looking towards renewable energy sources. With its demand for power further growing however, things are beginning to change.Read More...
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By formally launching the Gulf region’s first-ever rooftop solar initiative, as part of a Distributed Renewable Resources Generation programme, Dubai is hoping that rooftop solar will play a crucial role in meeting the ambitious renewables energy target it has set for itselfRead More...
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