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Bahrain firm in Ukraine energy deal

OAK Utility Solutions and Development, a Bahrain-based solutions provider, has secured a Ukraine government assignment to implement and construct an 'energy-from-waste' utility in the country, it was announced. The soluti

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Hybrid power plant work set to start in Bahrain

The work on a hybrid power plant for solar and wind energy in southern Bahrain is expected to start in the next three months. The 5-MW pilot station will be built on land covering 120,000 sq m near Al Dur Power and Water Plant, sa

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Hybrid power plant work set to start in Bahrain

The work on a hybrid power plant for solar and wind energy in southern Bahrain is expected to start in the next three months. The 5-MW pilot station will be built on land covering 120,000 sq m near Al Dur Power and Water Plant, sa

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Dow launches new ‘cool roofs’ in Mideast

Dow Construction Chemicals, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, is set to launch a new technology to meet the growing demand for energy efficient Cool Reflective Roof Coatings or ‘cool roofs’ in the Middle East region.

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GCC energy trade volume surges to over $1.8bn

GCC states accelerated the exchange of electricity through the unified GCC power network between 2011 and 2013 with the total energy trade volume surging to more than $1.82 billion, said an expert. The interconnected electricity n

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Saudi awards $33bn project contracts in H1

The value of contracts awarded in Saudi Arabia during the first half of this year hit SR124.6 billion ($33.2 billion), up 21 per cent over SR102.7 billion during the same period in 2013, according to a report. The kingdom recorded

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Energy from coffee wastewater

A project by UTZ Certified has proven that it’s possible to generate energy, tackle climate change and protect water resources by treating discharges from coffee mills. The Energy from Coffee Wastewater project, started in 2

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Energy from coffee wastewater

A project by UTZ Certified has proven that it’s possible to generate energy, tackle climate change and protect water resources by treating discharges from coffee mills. The Energy from Coffee Wastewater project, started in 2

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Global renewable energy expansion to slow to 2020: IEA

Last year power capacity from sources such as wind, solar or hydro expanded at its fastest pace to date, putting renewables on a par with natural gas at almost 22 per cent of global electricity generation.   Howe

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INTERVIEW: Europe must cut Russia dependence

Europe needs to enforce its energy strategy and will have to pay more for gas if it wants to improve the safety of supply and reduce its reliance on Russia, the head of the West's energy watchdog said. The 28 country European Union

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