• 22+ GW

    of power

    power
  • 2.7 million M3 day

    of desalinated water

    water

Press Releases

  • Women in renewables

    Women in Renewables

    Wednesday, 2 May 2018

    Gender disparity in leading and upcoming industries is an issue that is steadily gaining voice on global platforms.

    Within the renewable energy industry, women represent a higher percentage of the workforce at 35 percent compared to the wider power sector. In the MENA region specifically, over half of clean energy companies state that they employ more men than women, with only 29 percent claiming equal numbers of both genders.

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  • CSP

    CSP technology in a nutshell

    Tuesday, 1 May 2018

    The global concentrated solar power (CSP) market is expected to see more than 17 percent growth and reach USD 8.92 billion worth of investments by 20251, while installed capacity is predicted to exceed 24 GW, according to study conducted by study by Global Market Insights, Inc2.

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  • Oman Power and Water Procurement Company signed agreement to develop The Salalah Water Project under the patronage of H.E.Sayyid Mohammed bin Sultan Al-Busaidi

    Oman Power and Water Procurement Company signed agreement to develop The Salalah Water Project under the patronage of H.E.Sayyid Mohammed bin Sultan Al-Busaidi

    Wednesday, 18 April 2018

    ACWA Power led consortium with Veolia and DIDIC awarded Salalah water project at a cost of 60 million Omani Rials

    • Commercial operation of the plant by 2020

    Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (Member of Nama Group) the sole procurer of all electricity and water capacity in the Sultanate, signed a number of agreements to establish the Salalah Water Project with an ACWA Power led consortium with Veolia and DIDIC.

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  • Middle East and North Africa Concentrating Solar Power Knowledge and Innovation Program

    Middle East and North Africa Concentrating Solar Power Knowledge and Innovation Program

    Wednesday, 18 April 2018

    Studies to Support Sustainable Electricity Trade Roadmap Preparation

    Recognizing the numerous benefits of regional electricity market integration, France, Germany, Morocco, Portugal and Spain signed a joint declaration, during COP22 in Marrakech, on the establishment of a roadmap for sustainable electricity trade (SET) between Morocco and the European internal energy market.

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