Middle East

Middle East Renewables Braced for Turbulent Outlook: GlobalData

Recent reports have estimated that global solar demand will slow down for the first time in three decades, with the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis potentially triggering a drop of between 6 percent and 10 percent in demand in 2020. The downgrade is largely due to strict limitations on movement and commercial activity in China, where the […]

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Africa and Middle East Added 894 MW of Wind Energy in 2019

The latest data by GWEC shows Africa and the Middle East installed 894 MW capacity of wind power in 2019, a decrease of 7% on the previous year (962 MW) The latest data released by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) shows Africa and the Middle East installed 894 MW capacity of wind power in […]

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Boson Robotics Sees Opportunity in India

One of the biggest challenges in maintaining a solar farm is the issue of cleaning. Keeping the panels clean can make a huge difference to productivity of solar power, especially at utility scale. That has led to the emergence of firms specialising in the job. It wasn’t long though, before a Chinese firm started to […]

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Jolywood to Supply Solar Panels for Largest Bifacial Plant in Middle East

Jolywood has been named the exclusive bifacial module supplier for the world’s largest single-unit N-type solar power station in Oman, Middle East. Jolywood (Suzhou) Sunwatt Co has announced that it has been named the exclusive bifacial module supplier for the world’s largest single-unit N-type solar power station in Oman, Middle East. The firm has delivered 105 MWac of solar […]

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ADB Raises €600 Mn via Green Bond to Spur Climate Financing

Further, the bond has a coupon rate of 0.35 percent p.a. payable annually and a maturity date of July 16, 2025. It was priced at 99.924 percent to yield 43 basis points (BPS) over the DBR 0.5 percent February 2025. Philippines-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) has raised €600 million to help finance climate change mitigation […]

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International Finance Corporation to Support Largest Solar Power Plant in Jordan

The solar plant in Jordan is the latest in a series of efforts to boost renewable energy investments in a country faced with increased energy demand, in part driven by the growing refugee crisis, according to an IFC statement published on its website. The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group […]

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Adani Group in the List of World’s Top 15 Utility Solar Power Developers

Adani, positioned twelfth, is the main Indian organization on the rundown put out by Greentech Media, a Wood Mackenzie business. Adani Group has been named in the main 15 worldwide utility sun based power designers that incorporate preferences of First Solar, Total, SunEdison and Engie. Adani, positioned twelfth, is the main Indian organization on the […]

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Enerwhere powers DIFC construction site with largest lithium-ion battery in the Middle East

This is Enerwhere’s second installation for Multiplex in the UAE. Enerwhere provides this solution on a lease basis, requiring no upfront investment by Multiplex.   Enerwhere recently completed the installation of a solar hybrid generator system for Multiplex’ site offices at ICD Brookfield Place in the Dubai International Financial Centre. A first in the Middle […]

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