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Dubai Drydocks completes 'engineering marvel'

Dubai's ship building unit Drydocks World has announced the successful completion of its pioneering  high-voltage, direct current (HVDC) converter platform DolWin beta, said to be the world’s largest in terms of capacity.

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Dubai Drydocks completes 'engineering marvel'

Dubai's ship building unit Drydocks World has announced the successful completion of its pioneering  high-voltage, direct current (HVDC) converter platform DolWin beta, said to be the world’s largest in terms of capacity.

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Iraq to pump $1.6bn into solar, wind projects

Iraq plans to spend up to $1.6 billion on solar and wind power stations over the next three years to add 400 megawatts to the national grid to help curb daily blackouts, an official from the ministry of electricity said on Monday.

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Bahrain eyes green energy agency

Bahrain is evaluating a plan to establish an energy agency dedicated to renewable energy and conservation, spurred by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) initiative. The potential green energy agency would work in close partnership

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Sewedy plans power investment in Pakistan

Egypt's El Sewedy Cables said on Tuesday it was negotiating for a 50-megwatt power generation project in Pakistan, in a bid to open a new market in Asia. The firm, the largest Arab cable maker by market value, did not provide further d

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Mideast wind energy growth seen ‘slow’

India's Suzlon Energy expects the Middle Eastern wind energy market to remain small in size as governments have not yet moved to provide frameworks to boost the industry, its head said on Saturday. Tulsi Tanti told Reuters on the sidel

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Bahrain to build 2 'hybrid' power plants

Bahrain is set to build two new 'hybrid' power plants for solar and wind energy at a cost of around $8 million, a report said. A location for the renewable energy plants is likely to be finalised soon, Electricity and Water Authori

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Sewedy eyes wind energy projects

El Sewedy Cables, a leading energy company in Egypt, is looking into supplying wind energy projects in Egypt, the Middle East and African markets. Research shows that the world market for wind turbine installations was worth about 45

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Clean energy sector faces talent scarcity

The world’s fast growing clean energy industry is facing a new obstacle to further expansion - a shortage of human capital, according to a new study. The study of top-level recruitment in the clean energy sector, produced jointly by New En

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