envoNEWS | Middle East | 2021 | March
Written by envoPAP team
21st April 2021
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As the Middle East continues to be an important economic region in the world, awareness of sustainability has steadily increased. This monthly edition provides you with more locally-focused updates within the Middle East, so that you can remain easily up to date with changes in sustainable initiatives.
World Future Energy Summit 2022: Clean energy & sustainable development
The 2022 edition of the World Future Energy Summit, the world’s leading business event for clean energy and sustainability, returns to Abu Dhabi’s National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) as part of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, hosted by Masdar, from 17-19 January 2022.
The Middle East Looks to Innovate Its Way Out of a Water Crisis
In recent years, Middle Eastern countries have tried to work together in order to better address their water woes, usually through bilateral agreements and technical partnerships. Last November, the Abu Dhabi-based Al Dahra Agricultural Company signed a strategic partnership agreement with the Israeli startup Watergen, which has developed a proprietary technology to create clean drinking water from humidity in the air.
Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) and Baker Hughes: High Performance, High Sustainability Solution Unlocks Success
With the government’s initiative to improve environmental standards, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) and Baker Hughes identified that a high-performance water-based mud (HPWBM) could be a suitable and environmentally acceptable alternative to diesel-based fluid.
Mai Dubai Targets more Sustainable Solutions after Becoming Carbon-Neutral
Bottled water company Mai Dubai expects to use more sustainable solutions to produce and package water following its transition into a carbon-neutral company.
The Dubai-based company, owned by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, is powered entirely by renewable energy through its solar rooftop, the second-largest roof installed solar power generation unit in the world after a 37.6 megawatts facility in Vietnam.
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