Abu Dhabi provides $25m to support clean energy projects – gulfnews.com

gulfnews.comAbu Dhabi provides $25m to support clean energy projectsgulfnews.comAbu Dhabi: A total of $25 million (Dh91.8 million) in concessional loans will be granted by the Abu Dhabi Government to support two solar photovoltaic projects, one each in Mauritius and Rwanda, it was announced on Saturday. The loans are being …African solar in focus on first day of Abu Dhabi Sustainability WeekThe...

Global Village awards Victory Project winners – gulfnews.com

gulfnews.comGlobal Village awards Victory Project winnersgulfnews.comDubai: Global Village, Dubai's multi-cultural festival park, recently hosted the awards ceremony for winners of its Victory Project, a community initiative designed to instill patriotism among UAE students. The project registered the participation of … Read more...

Tiger Properties plans $2.7bn UAE projects – Trade Arabia – Trade Arabia

Trade ArabiaTiger Properties plans $2.7bn UAE projects – Trade ArabiaTrade ArabiaUAE-based Tiger Properties has announced plans to develop 18 new real estate projects in Dubai and the neighbouring emirate Sharjah, over the next two years at a total investment of Dh10 billion ($2.7 billion).and more » Read more...

Genetics project to show that camel beauty is more than skin deep … – The National

The NationalGenetics project to show that camel beauty is more than skin deep …The NationalAn associate professor at University of Sydney and his PhD student are developing an exhaustive scorecard for camel beauty contests.and more » Read more...

$272m Dubai Library project work in full swing – Gulf Digital News

Gulf Digital News$272m Dubai Library project work in full swingGulf Digital NewsMore UAE Business. Abu Dhabi Airports in strategic Beijing tieup · Abu Dhabi posts $36bn non-oil trade in 10 months · Abu Dhabi seeks bids for major water desalination plant · Al Mariffa Medical gets dentistry laser machine · Arabtec wins $279m Dubai …and more » Read more...

Predictions 2018: Masdar CEO Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi – Gulf Business News

Gulf Business NewsPredictions 2018: Masdar CEO Mohamed Jameel Al RamahiGulf Business NewsAnd in November, we signed a project development agreement with the Indonesian authorities for the world's largest floating solar PV power plant. Early 2018 will see Masdar break ground on the Baynouna project – at 200MW the largest solar power plant …and more » Read more...

UAE and WHO sign deal for mothers, newborns in Yemen – Gulf Today

Gulf TodayUAE and WHO sign deal for mothers, newborns in YemenGulf Today… Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations Office and other international organisations in Geneva, and Dr Peter Salama, Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme. Under the Cooperation …and more » Read more...

Atlantic Council president lauds UAE renewable energy policy … – Xinhua

Atlantic Council president lauds UAE renewable energy policy …XinhuaDUBAI, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) — The Gulf state United Arab Emirates (UAE), a major oil supplier, is the "most visionary of the fossil fuel producing countries, thinking about renewables and planning for the future," said Frederick Kempe, President of the …and more » Read more...

Tiger announces Dh10b projects in Dubai, Sharjah | GulfNews.com – gulfnews.com

Khaleej TimesTiger announces Dh10b projects in Dubai, Sharjah | GulfNews.comgulfnews.comProperty developer says The Square Dubai will be the first of 12 projects launched this year.Tiger Group may invest Dh10b in UAE by 2020 – Khaleej TimesKhaleej Timesall 2 news articles » Read more...

In pictures: Eight UAE projects penned for completion in 2018 – ArabianBusiness.com

ArabianBusiness.comIn pictures: Eight UAE projects penned for completion in 2018ArabianBusiness.comDubai Frame: The Dubai Frame is a 150-metre-high, 93-metre-wide structure built to resemble a picture frame, through which projects such as Emirates Towers and Burj Khalifa can be seen, as well as older parts of the city like Deira, Umm Harair and … Read more...