Consumption of electricity in the MENA region is forecast to grow at a faster pace over the next decade, with investments worth more than US$200 billion set to be pumped into the region’s power sector by 2020, according to a report.
Informa Energy Group, organisers of Middle East Electricity, the region’s largest and longest running energy event, has introduced Future Generation, a new competition focusing on energy conservation open to undergraduate engineering students in the UAE.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) solar energy sector is gearing up for significant growth with the regional market for photovoltaics and solar thermal power plants expected to reach 3.5 gigawatts by 2015, an expert has said today.
Demand for electric power in the MENA region is accelerating rapidly, and is set to continue to grow by seven per cent annually in the coming decade, according to a report published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
A solid legal framework must be created in order for the Middle East to be considered a global player in the development of solar energy solutions, a leading solar expert has said today.
Emiratis can earn more in private sector employment than in government jobs in the long term, provided that their expectations are clearly aligned with those of their employers, the head of the Emirates National Development Programme (ENDP) has said today.
Tawdheef, the UAE’s leading recruitment show supporting Emiratisation will return to Abu Dhabi with one major change; the event is now tailored exclusively for UAE National job-seekers only.
Scores of inspirational Emiratis have seen their goals and aspirations realised with the help of a virtual careers ambassador which is supporting local talent and business.
UAE telecommunications company du has confirmed it will be looking to recruit at least 50 Emirati personnel when it participates in Tawdheef, the region’s leading recruitment event, next month.