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Intersolar - The World’s Leading Exhibition Series for the Solar Industry - Imprint: http://ow.ly/hqGmG
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Curious what to expect at this years' Intersolar and ees Europe? Then have a look at our exhibition magazine. Read more about the key topics of the exhibition and conference as well as the role of intelligent infrastructure or storage options in addition to renewable energy: http://bit.ly/2kU58Ei
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THE MARKET IS POISED FOR GROWTH
The vision of the leadership of Dubai has been strongly in favor of private sector engagement. Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, we have seen the strongest commitments to the sector in the entire region. The unveiling of 1GW of IPP utility scale has demonstrated an extremely competitive electricity generation solution in line with the vision of diversifying the energy mix, reducing carbon emissions and establishing a regional leadership position. The introduction of the Dubai Shams Initiative as well as the Dubai Carbon initiative have invited the private sector to take part in transforming Dubai into the city with the “lowest carbon footprint in the world by 2050, ensuring a sustainable future for us, and for generations to come.”
SOURCE: By Lee Bremer, COO, Yellow Door Energy, Dubai, UAE
INTERSOLAR MIDDLE EAST, SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2017, DUBAI, www.intersolar.ae
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A number of very large rooftop solar plants have been announced in Dubai which include
• A 1.5 MW system deployed to Jebel Ali Power Station
• The Dubai solar schools programme, targeting around 50 MW over three years of systems installed in schools across the Emirate
• DP World, installing the region’s largest distributed system over 51 rooftops and 4 car parks
• AL Nabooda Automobiles have signed a solar lease for the development of 6.7 MW of solar power to their new DIC facility
• Aramex new 3 MW system on their logistics facility
SOURCE: By James Stewart, MESIA Vice President, and General Manager, ALEC, Dubai, UAE
INTERSOLAR MIDDLE EAST, SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2017, DUBAI, www.intersolar.ae
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What’s going on in one of Latin America’s most promising solar markets? It's time to get an update - Register now for our upcoming Intersolar Webinar: http://www.intersolarglobal.com/en/webinars/upcoming-webinars/brazil-pv-market-update.html

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Rooftop solar is proving to be an important contributor to this renewables strategy with consumers large and small being exposed to the benefits, both financial and environmental, more and more.
SOURCE: By James Stewart, MESIA Vice President, and General Manager, ALEC, Dubai, UAE
INTERSOLAR MIDDLE EAST, SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2017, DUBAI, www.intersolar.ae
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#solar #market #india: lowest ever tariff of Rs. 3.30/unit announced with Rs. 0.05 P in tariff hike for 15 years: http://ow.ly/uEMy3091QiZ

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The boom continues: Many PV manufacturers are planning on building new production facilities or extending existing capacity 2017. Find out more about the latest developments in PV production technologies at Intersolar Europe 2017! Read about what awaits you: http://bit.ly/2kO8X1c
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Over the last few decades, Gulf countries have seen rapid economic growth and have become major energy consumers. Regional electricity consumption is growing at around 8% - 9% a year — meaning generating capacity has to be doubled every decade. Gulf countries will require 100 GW of additional power over the next 10 years to meet their demand.
SOURCE: By James Stewart, MESIA Vice President, and General Manager, ALEC, Dubai, UAE
INTERSOLAR MIDDLE EAST, SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2017, DUBAI, www.intersolar.ae
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The Gulf is blessed with abundant renewable resources.
Gulf countries are as richly endowed with renewable resources as they are with hydrocarbons. These countries benefit from strong predictable sunshine, and the large open spaces to develop both large utility solar and rooftop power plants. Gulf countries have rising energy demand.
SOURCE: By James Stewart, MESIA Vice President, and General Manager, ALEC, Dubai, UAE
INTERSOLAR MIDDLE EAST, SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2017, DUBAI, www.intersolar.ae
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