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- Country: Saudi Arabia
Published at May 10, 2012
Saudi Arabia is seeking investors in a $109 billion plan to create a solar industry that generates a third of the nation’s electricity within...
Published at Feb 2, 2012
(Reuters) - Talk of a Middle Eastern green energy boom is likely to prove no more than a mirage with little hope of the region...
Published at Jan 19, 2011
The World Bank considers funding an electricity network linking the Desertec smart grid and the Arab world. This will lead to energy saving benefits....
Published at Aug 28, 2010
source: Saudi Gazette
Saudi Arabia will spend 40 billion US-Dollar on the construction of "smart buildings" during the next eight years.
Published at Oct 14, 2009
source: Arab News 13 Oct 2009
The population growth in Saudi Arabia demands a better quality of life and a growing industrial base. Both need electricity and power in huge numbers.
Published at Oct 13, 2009
source: Arab Construction World (August 2009 / Vol. XXVII - Issue 8)
The former models of development in the Gulf Region did not succeed in producing sustained growth at the Gulf. Facing the threat of today's subsiding...
Published at Oct 12, 2009
source: Arab News 12 Oct 2009
Im Stromsektor Saudi-Arabiens herrscht ein gutes Investitonsklima. Gefragt seien mehr längerfristige Projekte und kleinere privatbetriebene Produktionen. Dies wurde am Rande des Saudi Water and Power...