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Qatar’s power generation, transmission and distribution event Power Qatar Summit will take place from 9 to 10 October 2017 at the Ritz Carlton West Bay, Doha, Qatar. Held under the patronage of KAHRAMAA and incorporating the successful Solar Qatar Summit, the event will attract over 300 senior level executives to discuss progress, future developments and best practices across industries and sectors for the State of Qatar.
Solar Qatar Summit is taking place on 17 and 18 November 2014 under the patronage of H.E. Essa bin Hilal Al-Kuwari, President of Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation - Kahramaa. Attracting over 300 senior level engineers, architects, project managers, developers, utilities operators, sustainability consultants and municipal authorities this event is Qatar’s leading platform for project updates, knowledge sharing and high level networking for the solar industry.
Solar Qatar Summit 2013 (SQS) is taking place in Doha, Qatar on 18 and 19 November 2013, with support from H.E. Sheikh Abdul Rahman bin Khalifa Al Thani, Minister of Municipality and Urban Planning, State of Qatar. Up to 200 solar industry stakeholders dedicated to ensuring Qatar’s sustainable future will meet to discuss the deployment of solar energy in the region and see presentations and case studies from both regional and international thought-leaders. From policy-making, strategic planning, research and development to the showcasing of major solar energy projects and innovative technologies Solar Qatar Summit 2013 (SQS) will cover the most up-to-date information within this developing market.
This document produced by the law firm Freshfields provides a rich overview of the use of renewable energy sources in the Middle East and North Africa region, also known as MENA region. It includes country briefings on Saudi Arabia, UAE, Dubai, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, Syria and North Africa.
This extensive study from 2007 assesses in a detailed way the potential of concentrated solar power (CSP) systems for large scale seawater desalination. The geographical scope of the report focuses on the urban centres in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The objective of the study is to demonstrate that these large scale CSP processes can be used to provide water supply in a balanced, affordable and secure way and as such helping avoiding a threatening fresh water deficit.