Dubai Solar Show Announced

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Dubai Solar Show Announced

Dubai Solar Show Announced

As the industry of renewable energy is making a very fast progress, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority is making plans to arrange a Dubai Solar Show to establish collaboration amongst public and private businesses and to develop ground breaking solutions.

Dewa Managing Director and CEO, Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, made the announcement. This grand event will be held in conjunction with the eighteenth Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition 2016 (WETEX) come October 4-6 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center under the mandates of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and under the support of Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and President of Dewa.

Al Tayer adds that the Dubai Solar Show will be a good opportunity for public and private businesses to trade, create partnerships, survey the most recent solar powered innovations, find out about present and future ventures in the district and market needs, and discover chances to join in solar oriented undertakings and projects.

Al Tayer underscored that the “UAE has taken an encouraging start to say goodbye to the last drop of oil.”

He included: “The sun emerged as a perfect substitute for fossil fuel supplies. These two energy reserves rise in totally different trends, where the more interest for fossil fuels, the higher the cost, while the more demand for sun powered energy the less expensive it gets. I trust this is a brilliant investment over the long haul.”

United Arab Emirates has the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the biggest single-site for renewable energy venture, first of its kind on the planet. The 13MW first stage got to be operational in 2013 and the 200MW second period of the Solar Park will be operational in 2017, and its ability will achieve 1,000MW by 2020 and 5,000MW by 2030.

As per Al Tayer, the undertaking will accomplish a diminishment of roughly 6.5 million tons of carbon emanations every year, supporting Dubai Government’s green activities and projects.

The Solar Park incorporates a Research and Development Center to direct studies on modern and social needs, and experimental exploration in renewable energy. It likewise has two test technologies for photovoltaic panels and for concentrated solar power.


Mohamed Dekkak

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