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Power consumption surges 9.2pc in Bahrain

Electricity consumption in Bahrain hit a peak this summer, it was revealed yesterday (August 31). Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza presented a report to the Cabinet detailing energy consumption over the summer, which showed a 9.2 per cent

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As the need for power surges, are dams the answer?

To provide more clean energy, particularly in fast-growing Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, the world needs more hydropower dams, energy experts say.   But a surge in building of big dams is also leading to poor peop

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As the need for power surges, are dams the answer?

To provide more clean energy, particularly in fast-growing Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, the world needs more hydropower dams, energy experts say.   But a surge in building of big dams is also leading to poor peop

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Egypt's power choices appease public, squeeze industry

Far fewer Egyptians are complaining about the kind of power cuts that fuelled unrest in the past but government energy policies apparently focused on appeasing the public are dealing a blow to industries vital for economic growth.

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Acwa, Mitsui group secure financing for Oman power plant

A consortium including Acwa Power and Japan's Mitsui & Co has secured financing for the $630 million Salalah 2 power scheme in Oman, the Saudi Arabian company said. The pair, along with local partner Dhofar International D

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Cochin becomes first fully solar-powered airport

The Cochin International Airport in Kerala, India has been launched as a fully solar-powered airport, the first in the world to operate completely on solar power, according to a report.   Oomen Chandy, Kerala'

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Cochin becomes first fully solar-powered airport

The Cochin International Airport in Kerala, India has been launched as a fully solar-powered airport, the first in the world to operate completely on solar power, according to a report.   Oomen Chandy, Kerala'

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Siemens wins $519m substations order from Qatar

Siemens, a global technology powerhouse, has won a major order worth €470 million ($519 million) for substations from state-owned utility Qatar General Water & Electricity Corporation (Kahramaa). As part of the national p

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Siemens wins $519m substations order from Qatar

Siemens, a global technology powerhouse, has won a major order worth €470 million ($519 million) for substations from state-owned utility Qatar General Water & Electricity Corporation (Kahramaa). As part of the national p

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Siemens wins $519m substations order from Qatar

Siemens, a global technology powerhouse, has won a major order worth €470 million ($519 million) for substations from state-owned utility Qatar General Water & Electricity Corporation (Kahramaa). As part of the national p

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