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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - SOLAR ENERGY

Energy management deal signed in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/09/2002

The Centre of Excellence for Applied Research and Training (CERT) yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Tricolour Initiatives, a subsidiary of Tricolour Investments Ltd, which is sponsored by the Emirates Bank Group. The two parties will now provide energy management consulting services and training to UAE companies, saving costs for energy consumers and producers. Tricolour joins companies such as Honeywell, Lucent, Intel and the Abu Dhabi Petroleum University in the CERT ...  >>MORE

Efforts under way to tap solar energy

Posted on 03/07/2002

Major steps are under way to capture and use the abundant and uninterrupted supply of solar energy in the UAE as a viable alternative to the use of hydrocarbons. A number of organisations like the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), water and electricity departments, local municipalities and the telecommunications company ETISALAT, has already incorporated solar technology into their systems, according to a report in the UAE yearbook 2002. The establishment of solar power links in ...  >>MORE

Environment 2001 - Solar Energy

Posted on 10/02/2001

The use of solar energy as an energy source for water desalination in the country's remote areas can result in financial and environmental benefits, a UAE energy official said. 'The environmental benefits result from a substantial reduction in the amount of harmful gases released to the environment by virtue of the reduction or elimination of fossil fuel used by the plant,' said Ali Al Nashar of the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) in a paper presented to the environment 2001 ...  >>MORE

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