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$343m owed in unpaid water, electricity bills in Bahrain

More than BD130 million ($343.3 million) is still owed to Bahrain’s Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) in unpaid bills. This was revealed yesterday (February 24) by Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza, who told MPs that

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Siemens Mideast HQ achieves 63pc power saving

Siemens Middle East’s headquarters at Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, UAE, achieved a 63 per cent saving of energy consumption and a 52 per cent saving of water consumption, compared to a standard office building. The firm celebrated th

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Siemens Mideast HQ achieves 63pc power saving

Siemens Middle East’s headquarters at Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, UAE, achieved a 63 per cent saving of energy consumption and a 52 per cent saving of water consumption, compared to a standard office building. The firm celebrated th

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Siemens Mideast HQ achieves 63pc power saving

Siemens Middle East’s headquarters at Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, UAE, achieved a 63 per cent saving of energy consumption and a 52 per cent saving of water consumption, compared to a standard office building. The firm celebrated th

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Arab countries’ consumption patterns in focus

The consumption patterns in Arab countries, focusing on three main resources - energy, water and food, which are in nexus with climate change, will be the subject of a public opinion survey. The survey by the Arab Forum for Enviro

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Vineyard plans water treatment solutions outlet in Adliya

Vineyard Group, Bahrain, the authorised distributor of Care-Free Water Conditioners (CFWC), plans to open an exclusive showroom for the water treatment solution in Adliya soon. The announcement was made during the ongoing Gulf Ind

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Dubai show to spotlight utility sector developments

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) is set to organise a number of seminars at the upcoming Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (Wetex 2015) show in Dubai, UAE. Wetex and the accompanying seminars are be

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Japanese groups win Saudi water plant contract

Japanese engineering groups Itochu Corporation and Sasakura have jointly won a 14 billion yen ($120 million) order from Saline Water Conversion Corporation for the expansion of the Shuaiba Phase 2 Seawater Desalination Plant in Saudi Arabia.

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Water technologies top GCC 'green' initiatives

The cleantech industry saw a sudden growth in confidence for water technologies last year, according to EY’s fourth Mena Cleantech Survey Report launched at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi. The survey gauged the

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Water technologies top GCC 'green' initiatives

The cleantech industry saw a sudden growth in confidence for water technologies last year, according to EY’s fourth Mena Cleantech Survey Report launched at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi. The survey gauged the

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