More renewable projects in the pipeline for GCC countries in 2018 – The National

The NationalMore renewable projects in the pipeline for GCC countries in 2018The National"Dubai will continue to accelerate its deployment, Abu Dhabi will get into the act, you see that Jordan is doing more. Oman is a new entrant coming in 2018 into renewables," said Mr Padmanathan. "Egypt, you'll see now deals starting to be financially …and more » Read more...

UAE’s first nuclear power plant marks ‘significant milestone’ in construction – The National

The NationalUAE's first nuclear power plant marks 'significant milestone' in constructionThe NationalMohammed Al Hammadi, chief executive of Enec said, “I am proud of the continued adherence to the highest standards of quality and safety displayed by our teams here in Barakah, the largest nuclear construction site in the world. “Their commitment and …More milestones for Barakah...

Amlak completes its first property project in Mirdif – ZAWYA

Amlak completes its first property project in MirdifZAWYAThe project consists of 54 villas and was scheduled for handover during December 2017. "We are pleased to announce the completion of the Amlak's first fully-owned residential development project in Mirdif. This project is a testament towards our …and more » Read more...

SPONSORED CONTENT – Smithsonian

SmithsonianSPONSORED CONTENTSmithsonianDropping costs have made the business case for renewables increasingly bright. At the biennial Solar World Congress, held in Abu Dhabi in October 2017, Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Adnan Z. Amin noted, “The …Jebel Ali Free Zone to house PV solar panel makerZAWYAall 2 news articles » Read more...

UAE Tax Could Lead to Higher Quality Homes, Better Deals – Mansion Global

Mansion GlobalUAE Tax Could Lead to Higher Quality Homes, Better DealsMansion GlobalThe pressure's on luxury developers in Dubai to offer one-of-a-kind projects of higher quality, experts say. A new tax law in the United Arab Emirates could push developers to make their projects more competitive by cutting better deals on off-plan … Read more...

Amlak completes construction of its Dh138m residential project in Dubai – The National

The NationalAmlak completes construction of its Dh138m residential project in DubaiThe NationalAmlak Finance, a Dubai-based mortgage lender, said on Tuesday it has completed the construction of its first residential development in the UAE as the Sharia-compliant company seeks to create new revenue streams. The Dh138 million development in Dubai …Amlak completes its first property project in MirdifKhaleej...

Amlak complete construction of its Dh138m residential project in Dubai – The National

The NationalAmlak complete construction of its Dh138m residential project in DubaiThe NationalAmlak Finance, a Dubai-based mortgage lender, said on Tuesday it has completed the construction of its first residential development in the UAE as the Sharia-compliant company seeks to create new revenue streams. The Dh138 million development in Dubai …Amlak Finance completes residential project at Mirdiffgulfnews.comall...

Controversy escalates over Moon’s chief of staff visit to UAE – The Korea Herald

The Korea HeraldControversy escalates over Moon's chief of staff visit to UAEThe Korea HeraldThe controversy first surfaced when a local daily reported that Im paid a visit to the UAE to ease complaints and concerns about the Moon administration's nuclear power phase-out policy undermining a nuclear power plant project in the UAE. Chosun Ilbo …and more » Read more...

Saudis, UAE introduce VAT; Oman projects budget deficit – Kuwait Times

Saudis, UAE introduce VAT; Oman projects budget deficitKuwait TimesThe International Monetary Fund has repeatedly urged Gulf states to diversify their revenues away from oil, which accounts for more than 90 percent of the Saudi budget and 80 percent in the UAE. Both Riyadh and Abu Dhabi asked all companies with … Read more...

Dubai Frame: UAE’s latest surreal landmark frames a controversy – The Guardian

The GuardianDubai Frame: UAE's latest surreal landmark frames a controversyThe GuardianDonis was well placed to rise to the challenge. While working for Rem Koolhaas at OMA in Rotterdam, he had designed a number of “anti-iconic” projects for Dubai, including an unrealised scheme for a monolithic plain white rectangular block named the …and more » Read more...