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Expect Middle Eastern nations to start scoping and importing solar professionals to work on the Arabian peninsula. Qatar, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia will lead the way.
Qatar and Korea are now partnering on clean energy research and development. The countries may be tiny but they are becoming clean energy and sustainability titans.
One of Dubai’s latest goals is to launch a large solar plant as part of the emirate’s grand plan is to net five percent of its electricity from renewables by 2030.
In the UAE, NBAD’s success in water conservation is particularly impressive when you consider that the bank added 15 branches while increasing its workforce by 5%.
Triple Pundit’s founder Nick Aster has been in the UAE for the World Future Energy Summit, and he has shared many great articles of what he has observed during his trip. Don’t miss his postings about what he has seen ...
While its nearby rival Dubai has gone through boom and bust in becoming a 21st century Babylon, Abu Dhabi has contemplated life in a post-petroleum world. Flush with money, Abui Dhabi’s leadership is generously spending lavish sums on technologies and contraptions that most of us would find wasteful, kooky, or just impractical, like the podcar.