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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - SOLAR ENERGY

DEWA awards Dh250 million contract for 400kV substation in Mohammed bin Rashid Solar Park

Posted on 23/09/2014

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has awarded the contract to build a new 400 kV substation for the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Seih Al Dahal. The Dh250 million project will link the second project of the Solar Park to DEWA's grid. The Independent Power Producer (IPP) project will generate 100MW in the second quarter of 2017. It supports the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 to diversify the energy mix by 2030. "DEWA contributes to enhancing Dubai's ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. and US at forefront of creating ‘cleaner future’

Posted on 26/06/2014

Collaborations between the United States and the U.A.E. in the energy sector will help to fully develop the global industry in the future. In his speech "Energy and Security in a Changing World”, Daniel Poneman, the US deputy secretary of energy, said both countries were global leaders in the field and that there had been several positive changes to the industry. Speaking at Al Bateen Palace, he noted that the late Sheikh Zayed, Founder of the U.A.E., began looking into natural gas resources ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. looks to tap vast potential of wind power

Posted on 15/06/2014

The U.A.E. has been a driving force in funding wind power overseas, but the green energy source has found itself in the doldrums closer to home. The country's obvious solar potential has also had the effect of putting other renewables in the shade That could be about to change as attention focuses on the wind potential offered by locations such as the power-hungry Northern Emirates and islands such as Sir Bani Yas, while at the same time technology to produce power from lower wind speeds ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. ranks 3rd among world nations in total concentrated solar power capacity

Posted on 05/06/2014

Masdar s Shams I concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in Abu Dhabi catapulted the United Arab Emirates to its new ranking as third among the world's nations in both 2013 CSP technology investment and total CSP capacity. U.A.E. now ranks only behind Spain and the United States in total CSP generation; India and China round out the world's top five. The rankings were recently unveiled in a report by REN21, an international multi-policy stakeholder network that promotes a rapid global transition ...  >>MORE

EnPark, Mesia support solar industry in Dubai

Posted on 15/05/2014

EnPark, the TECOM Business Park facilitating the growth of Energy and Environment businesses in the MENA Region, and the Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA), have hosted a business breakfast with industry leaders in the solar energy industry. MESIA is the largest solar association in the Middle East designed to expand the use of solar power in the region, strengthen the local solar industry, and to facilitate business opportunities for its members. During a presentation at the ...  >>MORE

Dh1b Dubai solar park phase 2 tender opened by Dewa

Posted on 15/04/2014

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) opened the tender for developers to begin the second phase of Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, worth Dh1 billion. Launching phase two of the project will see the next stage of construction of a 100-megawatt installation to be built in public private partnership with Solar First. During the first day of Dubai Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) 2014, in Dubai on Monday, Saeed Mohammad Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dewa ...  >>MORE

Satwa Reservoir Park to be the first solar-powered park in Dubai

Posted on 24/03/2014

One of the oldest parks in Dubai is undergoing a transformation. Satwa Reservoir Park will become the first solar-powered park in Dubai by the end of this year. Set to open to the public within nine months, municipal officials on Sunday announced that 20 per cent of the project has been completed and. once operational, the park will rely entirely on solar energy without using the public electricity connection to operate its lights and integrated irrigation network. "Dubai's parks are the most ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Energy launches solar-powered water pump pilot project in RAK

Posted on 24/02/2014

The Ministry of Energy is partnering with the Ministry of Environment and Water to harness the solar power to run pumps of underground water wells. The pilot project was launched at the Ministry of Environment and Water's Al Hamraniya Experiments Station in Ras Al Khaimah using photovoltaics (PV) to pump 7,5 cubic metres of water per hour. The Ministry of Energy said in a press release today the project is in consistence with the UAE Vision 2021 towards developing non-oil sectors by using ...  >>MORE

27th meeting of Dubai Supreme Council of Energy aligns Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 with UAE Vision 2021

Posted on 14/02/2014

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, headed the 27th meeting of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, held at its headquarters, to discuss various topics including the development of the second phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, and reviewed the updates on the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030. Al Tayer welcomed the Road and Trasnport Authority's appointment to the Supreme Council of Energy, following a decree issued by His ...  >>MORE

DEWA shortlists first group of Emiratis to study solar energy

Posted on 12/02/2014

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), and First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR), announced the selection of the first group of Emirati engineers, through a solar energy study, launched by Arizona State University (ASU). DEWA nominated 15 engineers to attend a two-day training programme focusing on the latest technological trends in renewable energy, in addition to participating in a 15-day programme at the ASU campus, aimed at enhancing their skills in the best technologies of solar ...  >>MORE

Solar shines a light on UAE's opportunities

Posted on 01/02/2014

The development of sustainable energy is an important plank of the UAE's future vision, a UAE daily has said. "Many new buildings - including the twin Al Bahar Towers in the capital and the new Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) office in Al Quoz - have been built with sustainability in mind. Even Mawaqif's parking machines in Abu Dhabi operate on solar energy. But, until now, that technology's possibilities have not been fully exploited," the Abu Dhabi based English language 'The ...  >>MORE

DEWA showcases a model of the 1,000MW Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park

Posted on 21/01/2014

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is participated as a Platinum Sponsor in the seventh World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2014, held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and organised in Abu Dhabi from 20-22 January at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The theme for WFES 2014 is, Powering the future of energy innovation and investment.' DEWA's stand at WFES ...  >>MORE

Solar power ready to light up the emirates

Posted on 30/12/2013

The UAE's achievements in renewable energy this year are the result of years of planning and preparation. The UAE began to look for alternatives to gas-fired generation in 2008. In its policy document in April that year, it identified the merits of renewable power generation versus traditional generation. This year, the plan reaped results. In March, Abu Dhabi inaugurated its Shams 1 concentrated solar power plant. At 100MW it is the largest renewable energy project in the Arabian Gulf. It is ...  >>MORE

MoPW to harness Philips Intelligent LED lighting systems

Posted on 30/12/2013

The Ministry of Public Works and Philips Lighting Middle East have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for joint cooperation in energy and renewable energy fields. Under the MoU, Philips will provide technical assistance and training as well as consultancy services on current and future designs of projects like hospitals, schools, infrastructure, and roads. The focus will be on the ministry's pilot solar-power project of road Intelligent LED lighting systems. Architects will also visit ...  >>MORE

Coloured energy-generating solar glass launched in Dubai

Posted on 19/11/2013

Dubai Investments (DI), the largest investment company listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM), on Monday announced the launch of the first-of-its-kind, coloured solar glass, which is capable of generating energy on its own. The launch of the coloured solar glass coincides with the announcement of a new entity, Emirates Insolaire, which will introduce the breakthrough concept in the region and across the world. Emirates Insolaire is part of Glass, the glass pioneers in the Middle East, and ...  >>MORE

Solar energy powers major projects in the capital

Posted on 17/11/2013

Despite the challenges faced to light up Abu Dhabi streets using solar energy, renewable energy is currently being used to generate electricity in a number of other projects in Abu Dhabi. The world's largest concentrated solar power plant, the 100-megawatt Shams 1, was launched in Abu Dhabi's Western Region in March. The plant is expected to build a track record for Masdar, which owns a majority stake in the venture, for developing renewable projects that operate in harsh weather conditions ...  >>MORE

UAE's progress in clean energy mapped out

Posted on 16/11/2013

A map showing the growth of clean-energy projects in the region over the past three years highlights the extensive progress the UAE is making in solar power. It charts the details of 198 projects in the GCC, the Levant and North Africa, which between them are worth about US$3 billion (Dh11bn) with an installed capacity of 1,700 megawatts. However, such projects still provide less than one per cent of the region's electricity needs. "Compared to the total power capacity in the region, it is ...  >>MORE

UAE will tap solar power to diversify energy mix: Al Mazrouie

Posted on 30/10/2013

Though it is a key member and producer in Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC), the UAE is opting to diversify its energy mix to include renewable and solar energy, according to Suhail Mohammed Al Mazroui, Minister of Energy. In his keynote address to the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research's 19th Annual Energy Conference :Unconventional Fossil Fuels: The Next Hydrocarbon Revolution, the minister said ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates Phase One of Mohamed bin Rashid Solar Power Park

Posted on 23/10/2013

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, inaugurated Phase One of the Dh 12 billion Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park at Seih Al Dahal on the Al Ain-Dubai Road on Tuesday. Sheikh Mohammed was accompanied by H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, and H.H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai. The 1,000 MW development of Solar Power Park is ...  >>MORE

First Solar announces completion of dubai's flagship 13mw solar power plant in Dubai

Posted on 23/10/2013

First Solar, a leading global provider of comprehensive photovoltaic (PV) solar systems, has successfully completed and handed over a 13 megawatt (MWDC) photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Dubai. The facility, the company's first utility-scale project in the Middle East, is the largest operating solar PV plant in the region. First Solar - selected by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for its engineering, procurement and construction services, as well as advanced thin-film modules - ...  >>MORE

Minister of Environment: UAE makes important steps towards sustainability of energy sector

Posted on 22/10/2013

Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, has stressed that the UAE has made important steps in its efforts towards sustainability of the energy sector, inspired by the vision and initiatives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, which calls for the diversification of energy sources and the development of the UAE experience in global energy markets, enhancing its leading role as a global hub for research and development in the field of renewable ...  >>MORE

Dubai solar park to start
 feeding grid on Oct 22

Posted on 11/10/2013

The completed first phase of Dubai's Dh12 billion Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park will be launched on October 22, the chief of the emirate's utility company announced on Thursday. The first phase will generate 13MW of solar energy, which will be directly linked to the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's (Dewa) grid. "The Dewa is looking forward to another great achievement with the commissioning of the first phase of the solar park on October 22,” Dewa MD and CEO Saeed Mohammed ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's IRENA, Japan's NEDO training to accelerate solar photovoltaic deployment in developing countries

Posted on 01/10/2013

The Abu Dhabi-based International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and Japan's New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO) have launched a joint training programme to focus on project development and implementation for solar photovoltaic (PV) energy. Launched in Abu Dhabi on 25th September, the training programme aims to develop capacities for fast-growing renewable energy technologies in developing countries. Nearly 40 trainees from 27 countries, mainly developing ...  >>MORE

UAE leads on sustainable forefront: Report

Posted on 23/09/2013

The electricity and water sector holds a strong fort in the Middle East and continues to grow as regional power generation is expected to rise further with economies such as the UAE showing a huge demand. Increasing residential subscribers, rapid industrialisation and government subsidies are among the prime factors pushing the demand. The UAE is blessed with stable generation of both resources, which supports businesses, aids in prosperity and assists in the development of trade. Plus, as an ...  >>MORE

Phase1 of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park expected to be completed by end of 2013

Posted on 11/09/2013

Progress of work of the first phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, was inspected yesterday by Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, during a visit to the construction site of the project at Seih Al Dahal in Dubai. The first phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is expected to be completed by the end of this year, according to DEWA. At a total cost of Dh12bn, the project when completed in phases, will have total production capacity of 1,000 MW of ...  >>MORE

Masdar scientists in solar triumph

Posted on 26/08/2013

Scientists working on a Dh6.6 million research project have almost doubled the amount of energy obtained from solar cells. Researchers from Masdar Institute of Science and Technology made the breakthrough by constructing the cells using the chemical element germanium mixed with the usual silicon. "Germanium has better optical properties for solar cells than silicon," said Dr Ammar Nayfeh, an assistant professor in microsystems engineering at the institute and head of the project. "The ...  >>MORE

Dh4.3t construction growth to boost solar energy sector

Posted on 11/08/2013

A surge in commercial and residential construction projects across the Gulf will provide the solar energy sector with huge opportunities for growth and innovation, according to industry experts. Latest reports estimate nearly Dh4.3 trillion worth of construction projects across the Mena region over the next decade, further increasing the demand for energy which is already growing at between seven and eight per cent per annum. Solar is emerging as a key power source to sustainably meet these ...  >>MORE

Dubai Solar Park going on schedule

Posted on 14/07/2013

The progress of the construction at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park project at Seih Al Dahal was visited and reviewed on Friday by Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, vice-chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and managing director and chief executive officer of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, or Dewa. The project, which was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, is going on ...  >>MORE

Gulf States set to deploy solar energy projects worth US$155 billion to generate total power capacity of 84 GW by 2017

Posted on 04/07/2013

Gulf countries are increasingly turning their focus towards clean renewable sources of energy for their power generation, with solar energy set to emerge as one of the region's main sources of energy by 2017. Gulf countries will be addressing some of the main challenges related to the deployment of energy projects in desert terrain, at a high-level industry summit in Dubai later this year. The summit, called GulfSol 2013, will make its debut in Dubai from September 3rd - 5th, 2013, and will ...  >>MORE

Keen interest in world's largest HVDC Offshore Wind Platform at Drydocks World

Posted on 25/06/2013

Drydocks World and Maritime World, hosted a delegation from the international press along with senior officials from TenneT, ABB and Aibel, the three companies involved in the world's largest HVDC Offshore Wind Platform - Dolwin Beta - that is under construction at the Drydocks World - Dubai shipyard. The delegation from the press, which visited Drydocks World - Dubai comprised of correspondents from De Telegraaf (The Telegraph), which is the largest and well-respected daily published from ...  >>MORE

Dubai's Solar Park on track to produce 13 megawatts of power before year-end

Posted on 09/06/2013

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE), chaired the 23rd meeting of the DSCE. The meeting was attended by Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice-Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE), Ahmed Butti Al Muhairabi, Secretary General of the DSCE, Abdullah Kalban, President and CEO of Dubai Aluminium Company (Dubal), Abdullah Abdul Karim, Director General of Department of Petroleum Affairs, Saeed Khoory, CEO of Emirates National Oil Company ...  >>MORE

Solar park work in full swing

Posted on 02/06/2013

The construction work on Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is in full swing and the mega project will reduce carbon footprint in Dubai and increase the UAE expertise in the field of solar and renewable energy, a senior government official said. The Dh12 billion solar park, which will generate 1,000 megawatts upon completion, falls in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to enhance ...  >>MORE

UAE’s solar power capacity to hit 20GW by ’30: Masdar Institute faculty

Posted on 29/05/2013

The UAE could economically deploy solar power generation capacity of more than 20GW by 2030 if avoided and opportunity costs of new fossil power generation are fully considered and transparent, stable, predictable and enforceable regulatory and policy frameworks are implemented. This was a view voiced by Dr Steve Griffiths, executive director, Institute Initiatives, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology and board member, Emirates Solar Industry Association (Esia). Dr Griffiths was ...  >>MORE

Dubai looks to rooftop solar power revolution

Posted on 13/05/2013

Dubai is finalising legislation that will enable property owners to feed solar power into the grid and may even allow them to make money from it. The Government last year unveiled plans for a 1,000-megawatt solar park, but it believes that small-scale applications are important for meeting its renewable energy targets. "In the near future we will have a legislative environment that allows for grid-connected solar power. There will be different approaches for different scales," said Ivano ...  >>MORE

IRENA welcomes the launch of Africa's largest solar PV plant

Posted on 22/04/2013

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) yesterday welcomed the news that the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Africa was inaugurated yesterday by the Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania and Masdar, the renewable energy company of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates. The new facility, located in the capital city of Nouakchott, is the largest solar PV plant in Africa at 15-megawatts. It will account for 10% of Mauritania's energy capacity, displace approximately ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Solar PV Plant inaugurated in Mauritania

Posted on 20/04/2013

Nouakchott - During Thursday's inauguration of The Sheikh Zayed Solar Power Plant, a utility-scale, 15-megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) facility in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, HH Sheikh Saeed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi's Ruler Representative, reaffirmed the UAE's long-standing support for economic and social growth projects in developing countries. The country's philanthropic commitment is aligned with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the ...  >>MORE

Green, sustainable initiatives transform UAE to int'l centre for renewable energy, sustainability, says Dubai Supreme Council of Energy

Posted on 16/04/2013

The long-term national initiative launched by Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum last year under the theme "Green Economy for Sustainable Development", aims for the UAE to become an international centre in the fields of renewable energy and sustainability, according to Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) and Vice Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, in his opening ...  >>MORE

Solar park project progressing well

Posted on 16/04/2013

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park project is progressing well and is set to open as per schedule in January 2014, a top official said. The mega project, costing more than Dh12 billion, was launched in January 2012 and is considered the largest such project in the Gulf region. The Dubai government has earmarked 48sqkm of land at Seih Al Dahal on the Dubai-Al Ain Road intersection south-east of Dubai for the park. "The first project in the solar park, and a 10-megawatt capacity ...  >>MORE

Shams-1 drives UAE’s renewable energy push

Posted on 09/04/2013

In a major push to generate electricity through non-conventional energy sources in the UAE, the world's largest solar power plant was inaugurated in Abu Dhabi last month. The US$600 million (Dh2.2 billion), 100 megawatt Shams-1, which is located 120 kilometres south-west of the capital, will enable its parent Masdar gain a competitive edge in developing and investing in similar projects in the region. With economies of scale and better know-how, the cost of electricity produced from ...  >>MORE

Dubai set to target clean energy at global forum

Posted on 26/03/2013

The second Dubai Global Energy Forum (DGEF 2013) will be held next month under the theme ‘Clean Energy for Sustainable Development.' This year's event will be bigger than last year in terms of participants that will take place from April 15-17, 2013 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Leading experts, government officials and key industry players from the global energy industry will discuss environment, energy and sustainability issues at the forum. The announcement ...  >>MORE

Solar park to produce 13MW of power

Posted on 21/03/2013

Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park will start producing power with a capacity of 13MW by the end of this year, Saeed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), said on Wednesday. He said: "The first phase of production will start with a capacity of 13MW while by 2030 the park will produce 1,000MW.” Dewa is working on spreading awareness among consumers about the advantages of solar energy usage, and encouraging the private sector to invest in the solar energy ...  >>MORE

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DEWA awards Dh250 million contract for 400kV substation in Mohammed bin Rashid Solar Park


U.A.E. and US at forefront of creating ‘cleaner future’


U.A.E. looks to tap vast potential of wind power


U.A.E. ranks 3rd among world nations in total concentrated solar power capacity


EnPark, Mesia support solar industry in Dubai


Dh1b Dubai solar park phase 2 tender opened by Dewa


Satwa Reservoir Park to be the first solar-powered park in Dubai


Ministry of Energy launches solar-powered water pump pilot project in RAK


27th meeting of Dubai Supreme Council of Energy aligns Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 with UAE Vision 2021


DEWA shortlists first group of Emiratis to study solar energy


Solar shines a light on UAE's opportunities


DEWA showcases a model of the 1,000MW Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park


Solar power ready to light up the emirates


MoPW to harness Philips Intelligent LED lighting systems


Coloured energy-generating solar glass launched in Dubai


Solar energy powers major projects in the capital


UAE's progress in clean energy mapped out


UAE will tap solar power to diversify energy mix: Al Mazrouie


Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates Phase One of Mohamed bin Rashid Solar Power Park


First Solar announces completion of dubai's flagship 13mw solar power plant in Dubai


Minister of Environment: UAE makes important steps towards sustainability of energy sector


Dubai solar park to start
 feeding grid on Oct 22


Abu Dhabi's IRENA, Japan's NEDO training to accelerate solar photovoltaic deployment in developing countries


UAE leads on sustainable forefront: Report


Phase1 of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park expected to be completed by end of 2013


Masdar scientists in solar triumph


Dh4.3t construction growth to boost solar energy sector


Dubai Solar Park going on schedule


Gulf States set to deploy solar energy projects worth US$155 billion to generate total power capacity of 84 GW by 2017


Keen interest in world's largest HVDC Offshore Wind Platform at Drydocks World


Dubai's Solar Park on track to produce 13 megawatts of power before year-end


Solar park work in full swing


UAE’s solar power capacity to hit 20GW by ’30: Masdar Institute faculty


Dubai looks to rooftop solar power revolution


IRENA welcomes the launch of Africa's largest solar PV plant


Sheikh Zayed Solar PV Plant inaugurated in Mauritania


Green, sustainable initiatives transform UAE to int'l centre for renewable energy, sustainability, says Dubai Supreme Council of Energy


Solar park project progressing well


Shams-1 drives UAE’s renewable energy push


Dubai set to target clean energy at global forum


Solar park to produce 13MW of power