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The UAE has inaugurated a solar photovoltaic micro grid project that will bring clean energy to some of Fiji’s outer islands.
Constructed by Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, the clean energy project is the
Smart grids and renewable energy were under the spotlight yesterday on the last day of the GCC Power 2014 Conference at the Gulf Hotel's Gulf Convention Centre in Bahrain.
The discussions also focused on power quality enhancem
A common energy market for the GCC that is planned to be fully operational within five years will save member states tens of millions of dinars, according to an expert.
GCC Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) board of directors chai
Alstom, a provider of advanced electrical grid solutions, has won a total of nine contracts worth around 130 million euros ($176.5 million) in Saudi Arabia.
The contracts awarded by Saudi Electricity Company (SEC), Saudi Arabia&rs
Iran's first nuclear power plant, near the Gulf city of Bushehr, has started adding electricity to the national grid, the ISNA news agency reported on Sunday.
'The Bushehr nuclear power plant joined the national grid on Saturday at
Bahrain has spent BD107.5 million ($285.2 million) beefing up the country's electricity network in a bid to cut the number of blackouts this summer, said a senior government official.
BD21 million was ploughed into improving the countr
The first phase of a $7 billion GCC power grid will be commissioned in May, it was revealed.
Works Minister and Minister in charge of the Electricity and Water Authority Fahmi Al Jowder said the commissioning of the grid, linking Bahrain,
Four GCC countries — Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait — will be linked in a power grid this year.
The first phase of the major project is aimed at connecting the six-member GCC states in an electricity network, reported Arab News.