The UAE soon will need to consider other alternatives to achieve its energy mix targets. The current undertaken approaches include but not limited to a massive investment
Protection of environment and sustainable development are key topics that receive great attention from the UAE government right from the beginning. A clean and green environment
The US-European Solar Orbiter probe launched Sunday night from Florida on a voyage to deepen our understanding of the Sun.
Shams, one of the world’s largest concentrated solar power plants, continues to significantly contribute to the UAE’s clean energy transition, and is helping the country prepare for the next 50 years
The project was awarded to a consortium led by the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, TAQA, and Masdar, with partners French electric utility company, EDF, and JinkoPower.
Recently, the circular economy has emerged as a concept that is rapidly gaining significance in several countries, including the UAE.
Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, has signed an agreement with the Georgian Energy Development Fund (GEDF) to develop a solar photovoltaic (PV) power project in the country, with a capacity of as much as 100 megawatts (MW).
On the last day of 2021, Germany has shut down three of its last six nuclear power plants, following the deadline that then Chancellor Angela Merkel had set in 2011 after the Fukushima nuclear plant accident in the wake of a tsunami that year. Merkel had earlier reversed
Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, and Taaleri SolarWind II Fund, which invests in utility-scale wind and solar assets,