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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - MASDAR INITIATIVE - ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY

Masdar, TDIC sign agreement on sustainable energy, water solutions on Bani Yas Island

Posted on 15/01/2009

The Development and Investment Company (TDIC) and Masdar announced a partnership agreement with Masdar to jointly develop and implement sustainable energy and water solutions on Abu Dhabi's newest environmental based -tourism destination, Sir Bani Yas Island, one of eight natural islands which make up Desert Islands. Accordingly, Masdar develop sustainable water and energy solutions on Sir Bani Yas Island where the new nature-based destination offshore Abu Dhabi's Al Gharbia (Western Region) - ...  >>MORE

Masdar awards design contract for Abu Dhabi Carbon Capture and Storage Project to Mustang Engineering

Posted on 19/11/2008

Masdar, an Abu Dhabi government initiative, owned by Mubadala Development Company, announced yesterday the selection of Houston, Texas-based Mustang Engineering, a subsidiary of international energy services company John Wood Group PLC, to provide front-end engineering and design (FEED) services for Masdar's Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in the United Arab Emirates. The project constitutes the first phase in a series of facilities capturing carbon dioxide emissions from Abu Dhabi's ...  >>MORE

Masdar signs cooperation agreement with United Kingdom

Posted on 05/11/2008

Masdar and the UK Government yesterday announced collaboration on the development of renewable energy and clean technology solutions. They will leverage each other's expertise, and influence to help accelerate adoption of technologies to make renewable energy scalable and affordable to the global community. UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown's official visit to Abu Dhabi marks a major step in strengthening its partnership with the Abu Dhabi Government's ambitious Masdar initiative; an emerging ...  >>MORE

Masdar Institute of Science and Technology hosts inaugural

Posted on 02/11/2008

Board Of Trustees meeting H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed forces, chaired the inaugural meeting of the Board of Trustees for the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology on Wednesday in Mina Zayed. Sheikh Mohammed welcomed the group of respected academics and leaders from civil society and government and noted the important role that the institute plays in transforming Abu Dhabi into a knowledge-based economy. ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s US$3b carbon capture project set for 2013

Posted on 29/10/2008

Abu Dhabi's ambitious US$3 billion Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) project will be operational by early 2013, allowing for enhanced oil recovery and providing alternative energy for power and transport, the project's developer said on Monday. Abu Dhabi government-owned Masdar's CCS project, being developed by Hydrogen Energy, a joint venture between BP and Rio Tinto, is the first commercial scale and countrywide scheme globally. "When the project is commercially operational in the first ...  >>MORE

Masdar City embodies Abu Dhabi’s ambitions to lessen footprint

Posted on 29/10/2008

A project of the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, Masdar city will be the largest carbon-free development of its kind in the world. The city, which will have residential and commercial buildings, a university, and facilities for research and light manufacturing, will be developed in phases. When it is finally completed in 2016, it will be inhabited by 90,000 people. A team of 500 planners, architects and engineers are looking for cutting-edge solutions to reduce the amount of energy used by ...  >>MORE

Masdar to invest in London Array offshore wind farm

Posted on 17/10/2008

London, Oct 17, 2008 (WAM) - E.ON and Masdar have yesterday joined forces to partner in the London Array offshore wind farm project - which, when built, will be the world's largest offshore scheme. The two partners will also extend their relationship further and intend to work together across a range of potential projects that will complement their existing renewable energy strategies. Masdar has entered into the London Array scheme through a joint venture agreement with E.ON, which ...  >>MORE

UAE shows the way with world leading sustainability

Posted on 16/10/2008

The UAE's leadership in developing sustainable buildings was highlighted in Tuesday's open session of the ISO General Assembly in Dubai. The Open Day themed "Buildings for a sustainable future', was officially opened by HE. Dr. Rashid Ahmad Bin Fahed, Minister of Environment and Water of the United Arab Emirates. HE Dr. Bin Fahed said the unprecedented construction boom in the UAE and huge investments pumped into the development of the sector, would not have materialised without the use of ...  >>MORE

Masdar buys €120m stake in WinWinD

Posted on 24/09/2008

Masdar, the Abu Dhabi state renewable energy firm, paid €120 million (Dh651.81m) for a "significant equity" stake in WinWinD Oy, a Finnish wind turbine maker. The purchase allows Masdar to expand into the global wind market and to diversify its renewable energy asset portfolio, it said in a statement. This strategic move highlights Masdar's commitment to be a key player in the wind energy markets, it said. "Wind plays a crucial part within renewable energy as it is commercially competitive ...  >>MORE

Masdar breaks ground on photovoltaic factory in Germany

Posted on 24/08/2008

Less than three months after announcing a strategic investment into thin-film photovoltaics, Masdar, the Abu Dhabi renewable energy company, yesterday broke ground on its first photovoltaic production plant in Ichtershausen, Germany. The plant will use advanced production technologies to bring PV closer towards grid parity, and enhance a local economy with a rich history of manufacturing and technology. The US$230 million (EUR 150 million) German plant marks the first phase of Masdar's US$2 ...  >>MORE

MASDAR signs agreement with GPIC

Posted on 11/08/2008

There is a concept that the price of carbon is controlled by the cost of Carbon Capture Storage. If we really think about that statement, do we need to know more? The reality of carbon as a commodity is the European ETS and the UN Clean Development Mechanism (CDM); both have grown sizeably and survive today's market. The United States is expected to launch its own federal cap and trade system for carbon emissions but legislation is still being blocked by the US senate. International market cap ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Masdar and Bahrain’s Gulf Petrochemical Industries sign Carbon Emission Reduction Project

Posted on 24/07/2008

Masdar, Abu Dhabi's multi-billion dollar renewable energy and clean technology initiative, and Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) yesterday signed an agreement to monetize the emission reduction associated with carbon dioxide capture and recycling at GPIC's fertilizer facility in Bahrain, under the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). The project, which will capture carbon dioxide from flue gas and then recycle the captured gas as feedstock in the production of urea ...  >>MORE

Masdar Conveys Abu Dhabi's Vision on Future Energy to US Congress

Posted on 20/06/2008

Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, CEO of Abu Dhabi's Masdar Initiative, today conveyed Abu Dhabi's best practices and key learnings in its quest to accelerate the widespread deployment of clean and affordable renewable energy with the US Congress. Dr. Al Jaber's address came during a U.S. Congressional hearing where he testified before the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming today in Washington, D.C. Invited by Committee Chairman, Congressman Ed Markey, Dr. Al Jaber spoke at ...  >>MORE

Spain ready to provide UAE with solar and wind energy technology: official

Posted on 18/06/2008

Minister of Economy and Finance at the Government of Aragon, Spain, Laraz Filitta said his country was prepared to provide the UAE with solar and wind energy technology. In a statement to WAM, the minister said the UAE's participation at Zaragoza International Exhibition 2008 on 'Water and Sustainable Development' will further promote UAE-Spanish relations. He said Spanish companies specialized in emission-free energy production is cooperation with Masdar, The Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, ...  >>MORE

Masdar, ADPC Sign Agreement on Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction

Posted on 12/06/2008

Masdar, the multi-faceted initiative by the Abu Dhabi Government, through the Mubadala Development Company, to promote advanced energy and sustainability, has signed an agreement with Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), the master developer of ports, industrial zones, trade and logistics zones, to explore carbon dioxide capture and greenhouse gas reduction initiatives at Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone (KPIZ) in Taweelah. The agreement with ADPC paves the way for the introduction of a scheme for ...  >>MORE

Estidama initiative to make Abu Dhabi sustainability capital of the Middle East

Posted on 29/05/2008

The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC), alongside the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), Abu Dhabi Municipality, and Masdar, announce "Estidama", the program for sustainable buildings and communities for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Estidama, which means 'sustainability' in Arabic, is an integrated program to devise guidelines and regulations for sustainable (green) design, operation and maintenance of all types of buildings and communities within the Emirates of Abu Dhabi. The program ...  >>MORE

Masdar to invest US$2bn in solar energy technologies

Posted on 29/05/2008

The Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, Masdar announced yesterday that it will invest USD 2bn in solar energy technologies. Masdar, fully owned by Abu Dhabi government, is in an ambitious pursuit to become one of the world's pioneers in developing alternative energy sources. Earlier this year the Abu Dhabi government committed a US$15 billion to help explore, develop and commercialize clean energy sources. Between the two plants for manufacturing solar energy panels, the first will be set up in ...  >>MORE

EU-GCC Joint Council praises UAE initiatives on clean energy

Posted on 28/05/2008

The 18th Session of the EU-GCC Joint Council concluded in Brussels on Monday with a note of commendation for the UAE's initiatives on clean energy, notably the Masdar City project. In a joint communiqué issued at the end of the meeting, the EU and the GCC expressed concern at the lack of progress towards resolution of the territorial conflict between the United Arab Emirates and Iran over Abu Musa and the Tunbs Islands. "The EU and the GCC support a peaceful solution to the conflict in ...  >>MORE

Masdar encourages global leaders to Join Abu Dhabi in developing future energy solutions

Posted on 20/05/2008

In an address on future energy issues at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Middle East Meeting, Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, CEO of the Masdar Initiative, urged yesterday world leaders to join Abu Dhabi's efforts to direct both intellectual and capital resources toward the development of alternative energy as part of the portfolio of energy solutions required. With the International Energy Agency projecting that an investment of US$22 trillion by 2030 is required to meet the world's rapidly growing ...  >>MORE

Masdar sets water efficiency targets

Posted on 04/05/2008

Officials involved in Abu Dhabi's Masdar Initiative have set a target for individual water consumption in the community of just 80 litres a day. If achieved, the world's first "carbon neutral” city would be one of the most water-efficient communities in the industrialised world. The hope of officials is that leading by example will stimulate significant progress in creating more water-efficient communities elsewhere. Statistics released by the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi this year revealed ...  >>MORE

World's first graduate university focusing on future energy names board

Posted on 17/04/2008

The Masdar Initiative announced establishing of the Board of Trustees for the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), chaired by HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The private, independent institute will be the Middle East's first graduate education and research university focused on developing the next generation of solutions to the world's growing dependence on fossil fuels. MIST will ...  >>MORE

Masdar partners with Senor for solar power generation

Posted on 13/03/2008

MASDAR, Abu Dhabi's alternative energy company and Spanish engineering group SENER GRUPO DE INGENIERIA S.A., yesterday announced a joint venture - Torresol Energy - to design, build and operate concentrating solar power (CSP) plants in the world's sunbelt regions. One of Torresol Energy's primary objectives is to widen the adoption of CSP and make it more compatible with grid parity. This joint venture will commence work on three solar power plants in Spain with an approximate combined value ...  >>MORE

UAE backs global efforts for developing alternative fuels

Posted on 29/02/2008

As a major world oil producer, the UAE will go ahead with its plans to further develop and boost its oil industries and at the same time seek and implement sustainable solutions to global energy bottlenecks and concerns, UAE Minister of Environment and Water affirmed. 'The UAE is well aware of the important role alternative fuels like hydrogen, ethanol and others will play in fuelling the global economy and mitigating impact of climate change, ' HE Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad said in a keynote ...  >>MORE

MASDAR named "Clean Tech Leader of the Year"

Posted on 28/02/2008

The Masdar Initiative, Abu Dhabi's investment in developing future energy solutions, was named the "Cleantech Leader of the Year" today at the Cleantech Forum's Cleantech Awards in San Francisco, California, USA. The prestigious recognition was bestowed on the initiative for contributing credibility and resources to the cleantech industry. Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, CEO of Masdar, received the award on behalf of Masdar at the Cleantech Forum Gala Dinner, which was attended by more than 900 ...  >>MORE

Masdar chooses AS+GG to design its headquarters

Posted on 24/02/2008

Masdar announced that it has chosen Chicago architecture firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG) to design its headquarters in Abu Dhabi's Masdar City, the world's first zero-carbon, zero-waste city fully powered by renewable energy. The headquarters will be the world's first large-scale, mixed-use 'positive energy' building, producing more energy than it consumes. In addition to being the location of Masdar Headquarters, the building will accommodate private residences and 'early ...  >>MORE

Design of hydrogen project to start soon

Posted on 12/02/2008

Hydrogen Energy, the joint venture between BP and Rio Tinto, has signed an agreement with the Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Development Company to start the engineering design of an industrial-scale hydrogen-fired power generation project, Hydrogen Energy's legal adviser Herbert Smith said. The project that will require a total investment of US$2 billion (Dh7.34bn) – excluding the investment in carbon dioxide sequestration – will see hydrogen fuel being created from natural gas to produce clean ...  >>MORE

Masdar and Emirates CMS sign agreement to reduce carbon emissions in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 11/02/2008

Masdar, the landmark initiative by the Abu Dhabi Government promoting advanced energy and sustainability, signed an agreement with Emirates CMS Power Company to develop a project under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol. The project will reduce carbon dioxide emissions at Emirates CMS power generation facility at the Taweela industrial zone in Abu Dhabi. The CDM, a project-based mechanism governed and audited by the United Nations (UN), provides financial incentives ...  >>MORE

Free zone status for renewable energy

Posted on 11/02/2008

Masdar City will enjoy a free zone status for renewable energy industry, said Dr Sultan Al Jaber, CEO Abu Dhabi Energy Company (Masdar). At a Press briefing after the groundbreaking ceremony late on Saturday, he said US$22 billion project would provide a launching pad for 1,500 firms involved in innovation, research and development. "The details of the incentives to be offered to the investors in the city would be announced in due course of time," he said. The city, to be built in over eight ...  >>MORE

Masdar initiative breaks ground on carbon-neutral city of the future

Posted on 10/02/2008

Abu Dhabi yesterday broke ground on Masdar City, the world's first zero-carbon, zero-waste, car-free city. The global milestone event was marked by the laying of a virtual cornerstone by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and a visually stunning production depicting life in the city. In conjunction with the groundbreaking, Masdar CEO Dr. Sultan Al Jaber announced a total development budget for the city ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi makes international headlines during WFES

Posted on 24/01/2008

The global spotlight is currently on Abu Dhabi with over 200 local and international media attending the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) from 21 - 23 January 2008. All eyes were on Abu Dhabi when over 3,000 VIPs and delegates attended the official inauguration of the WFES by General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The opening received a series of addresses ...  >>MORE

Kindi says WFES is a step forward to achieving renewable energy

Posted on 23/01/2008

The Masdar initiative, which is a matter of national pride to the UAE and constitutes a multifaceted response towards the global trend for conservation of resources, has topped the efforts made over the past years to break new grounds for using renewable energy on a large scale in the UAE in the new future, said UAE Minister of Environment and Water Dr. Mohammad Saeed Al Kindi, Monday, at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES). "In the light of advancing global development and the environmental ...  >>MORE

US Secretary of Energy highlights global energy challenges

Posted on 23/01/2008

The US Secretary of Energy yesterday outlined the global challenges confronting the energy industry and called for a renewed attitude toward the environment. In his keynote address at WFES08, Secretary Sam Bodman began by welcoming the fact that countries such as the UAE should be actively embracing alternatives to traditional hydrocarbons, "The government and people of the UAE recognize that even in a region blessed with tremendous hydrocarbon resources, the time here is to aggressively ...  >>MORE

Masdar Announces major progress on future energy strategy

Posted on 23/01/2008

Masdar, Abu Dhabi's US$15 billion future energy initiative, has made significant steps forward in its ambition to make Abu Dhabi the global centre for future energy. Dr Sultan Al Jaber, chief executive officer of Masdar said, "Masdar has a simple promise - to be the world's centre for future energy solutions. It is not about discussion. It is about action". He added that "I am very pleased with the progress Masdar has made over the past 21 months. We are making bold but strategic ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi announces US$15 billion investments in alterative energy projects

Posted on 22/01/2008

The Government of Abu Dhabi has announced that it would invest a total of US$ 15 billion in alternative energy projects. Addressing the inaugural session of the World Future Energy Summit which opened in Abu Dhabi yesterday, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, said the emirate was strongly committed to striking a balance between meeting the world's energy demand while at the same time persevering the environment for future generations. "Through our ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's Masdar Initiative launches US$2.2 million Zayed Future Energy Prize

Posted on 22/01/2008

The government of Abu Dhabi announced today the establishment of the Zayed Future Energy Prize, awarding US$2.2 million annually to honour individuals and organizations for their excellence in the innovation, development and implementation of sustainable energy solutions. The Zayed Future Energy Prize will be awarded to three individuals or organisations that have made significant contributions in the global response to the future of energy. The award is named after UAE founding father Sheikh ...  >>MORE

The Prince of Wales, the Duke of York hail Masdar's renewable energy efforts

Posted on 22/01/2008

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales underlined yesterday at the inaugural World Future Energy Summit (WFES), the importance of Masdar initiative over renewable energy amid the perilous environmental state of the planet. "We must use the World's natural resources responsibly and in sustainable manner. The Masdar's mission under the guidance of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy ...  >>MORE

Masdar, Hydrogen Energy plan clean energy plant in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 22/01/2008

Masdar, Abu Dhabi's initiative for renewable, alternative energy and clean technology, and Hydrogen Energy, the joint venture between BP Alternative Energy and Rio Tinto, Monday announced the signing of an agreement to work together on the front-end engineering design of an industrial-scale hydrogen-fired power generation project with capture of the carbon dioxide (CO2), which would be available for transportation and storage. The plant will be located in Abu Dhabi. Natural gas would be ...  >>MORE

GE Energy showcases efficient energy technologies at WFES

Posted on 22/01/2008

GE Energy, a leading supplier of power generation and energy delivery technologies, is showcasing its range of cleaner, reliable and more efficient energy technologies at the World Future of Energy Summit to be held from January 21 to 23, 2008, at the Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre. GE is exhibiting its innovative technologies in harnessing wind and solar energy, gas engine-based power generation, heavy duty and aeroderivative gas turbines, optimization and control systems, and transmission, ...  >>MORE

Iceland, Abu Dhabi will cooperate in renewable energy: Grimsson

Posted on 22/01/2008

Iceland is a fundamental proof that it is possible within the lifetime of one generation to transform the energy system of our countries, said President of Iceland Olafur Ragnar Grimsson at the World Forum Energy Summit (WFES) which opened Monday at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. "I don't accept that we are so special that only we can do it. And that is why I am so happy to cooperate With Abu Dhabi, because I think the symbolism of what Iceland and Abu Dhabi can do together, the ...  >>MORE

World oil demand set to rise from the 2005 level of 83 mb/d to 118 mb/d by 2030: Al Hameli

Posted on 22/01/2008

World oil demand is set to rise from the 2005 level of 83 mb/d to 118 mb/d by 2030, a clear 42% increase over 25 years, UAE Energy Minister Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hameli has said. In a keynote speech at the World Future Energy Summit 2008 (WFES), which kicked off here today, Al Hameli added that the world's oil resources are sufficient to meet the heavy forecast increases in demand for decades to come. Estimates of ultimately recoverable reserves, he said, have practically been doubling since ...  >>MORE

Bill Clinton spells out a trillion dollar opportunity in OBG's The Report: Abu Dhabi 2007

Posted on 22/01/2008

Abu Dhabi is setting course for the future through a dynamic diversification in a programme which envisages spending a total of US$175bn over the next six years to establish a sustainable revamped economy. This is according to the authoritative The Report: Abu Dhabi 2007, the annual economic profile of the emirate published by the highly acclaimed global publishing, research and consultancy services organization. The diversification is aimed at developing the production and service areas of ...  >>MORE

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Masdar, TDIC sign agreement on sustainable energy, water solutions on Bani Yas Island


Masdar awards design contract for Abu Dhabi Carbon Capture and Storage Project to Mustang Engineering


Masdar signs cooperation agreement with United Kingdom


Masdar Institute of Science and Technology hosts inaugural


Abu Dhabi’s US$3b carbon capture project set for 2013


Masdar City embodies Abu Dhabi’s ambitions to lessen footprint


Masdar to invest in London Array offshore wind farm


UAE shows the way with world leading sustainability


Masdar buys €120m stake in WinWinD


Masdar breaks ground on photovoltaic factory in Germany


MASDAR signs agreement with GPIC


Abu Dhabi's Masdar and Bahrain’s Gulf Petrochemical Industries sign Carbon Emission Reduction Project


Masdar Conveys Abu Dhabi's Vision on Future Energy to US Congress


Spain ready to provide UAE with solar and wind energy technology: official


Masdar, ADPC Sign Agreement on Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction


Estidama initiative to make Abu Dhabi sustainability capital of the Middle East


Masdar to invest US$2bn in solar energy technologies


EU-GCC Joint Council praises UAE initiatives on clean energy


Masdar encourages global leaders to Join Abu Dhabi in developing future energy solutions


Masdar sets water efficiency targets


World's first graduate university focusing on future energy names board


Masdar partners with Senor for solar power generation


UAE backs global efforts for developing alternative fuels


MASDAR named "Clean Tech Leader of the Year"


Masdar chooses AS+GG to design its headquarters


Design of hydrogen project to start soon


Masdar and Emirates CMS sign agreement to reduce carbon emissions in Abu Dhabi


Free zone status for renewable energy


Masdar initiative breaks ground on carbon-neutral city of the future


Abu Dhabi makes international headlines during WFES


Kindi says WFES is a step forward to achieving renewable energy


US Secretary of Energy highlights global energy challenges


Masdar Announces major progress on future energy strategy


Abu Dhabi announces US$15 billion investments in alterative energy projects


Abu Dhabi's Masdar Initiative launches US$2.2 million Zayed Future Energy Prize


The Prince of Wales, the Duke of York hail Masdar's renewable energy efforts


Masdar, Hydrogen Energy plan clean energy plant in Abu Dhabi


GE Energy showcases efficient energy technologies at WFES


Iceland, Abu Dhabi will cooperate in renewable energy: Grimsson


World oil demand set to rise from the 2005 level of 83 mb/d to 118 mb/d by 2030: Al Hameli


Bill Clinton spells out a trillion dollar opportunity in OBG's The Report: Abu Dhabi 2007