Solar Power
November 2021

The constant increase in the size of seagoing vessels imposes more stringent demands on port actors where mooring operations are concerned. In order to offer optimum service to its customers during their calls at Le Havre, Harpora Port has installed a ShoreTension system - a solution enabling vessels to remain securely moored along the quayside.






November 2021

Sun Cable, an Australian-Singapore venture, will invest $2.5 billion in Indonesia as part of an ambitious solar power project to provide Singapore with up to 15 per cent of its energy requirements, officials said.






November 2021

With solar capacity in the Mena region slated to reach up to 8,309 MW by 2022, the most abundant source of renewable energy will come under the spotlight at the Solar Expo & Forum of the World Future Energy Summit 2022 in Abu Dhabi.






November 2021

Korean companies in the solar energy sector have snapped up contracts worth AED550 million ($150 million) from the UAE and Middle East companies, indicating the growing potential for solar services and products in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.






November 2021

Oman’s Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (Madayn) Mubadrah and Solar Wadi signed an agreement with the objective to construct a 100MW Solar PV Farm in Suhar Industrial City which will be operational by next year.






November 2021

The 23rd edition of Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment, Exhibition (Wetex) held last month along with Dubai Solar Show featured more than 1,200 companies from 55 countries, with 61 sponsors and 10 country pavilions.






November 2021

Trina Solar Co, a leading global PV and smart energy total solution provider, has announced the availability of the 670W Vertex module in the Middle East and Africa. The series obtained the IEC certification from the TÜV Rheinland after passing complete reliability test and realised the mass production.






November 2021

DHL Global Forwarding, a leading provider of air, ocean and road freight services, and French energy major TotalEnergies signed a contract for a solar energy project to produce over 14,000MWh of electricity per year in Dubai. The solar energy system will produce enough energy to power over 16,000 homes yearly in the UAE.






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