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Week in MiddleEast: Maersk Inaugurates Its First Integrated Logistics Centre With Rooftop Solar In Dubai; AMEA Power, SPIC HHDC Signs MoU To Develop RE Projects In MENA Region and More

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Maersk Inaugurates Its First Integrated Logistics Centre With Rooftop Solar In Dubai

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Maersk Kanoo UAE, an integrator of container logistics, inaugurated its first Integrated Logistics Centre with rooftop solar panels in Dubai, UAE, at DP World’s leading trade and logistics hub, Jafza. The Maersk Integrated Logistics Centre was inaugurated by Richard Morgan, Regional Managing Director, Maersk West & Central Asia and Christopher Cook, Managing Director, Maersk UAE, in the presence of Maersk’s top W&D customers in the UAE. Maersk has a strong commitment to decarbonise logistics and services. The facility will get solar panels on its rooftop to cater to all the entire electricity requirements for facility operations. The 434 MWh/year clean energy production of this installation will reduce more than 1,700 tonnes of carbon emissions over 10 years; an equivalent decarbonisation feat achieved by planting over 70,000 trees seedlings over 10 years.

AMEA Power And SPIC HHDC Signs MoU To Develop RE Projects In MENA Region

AMEA Power and SPIC Huanghe Hydropower Development Company (HHDC) signs an MoU to develop solar, green hydrogen, and wind projects in the MENA region. AMEA Power is a fast-growing developer, owner, and operator of renewable and thermal power projects across Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The company is creating innovative and tailored solutions aimed at meeting the growing needs of the markets it serves. “We are delighted to sign the MoU with AMEA Power to cooperate on the development of clean energy and green hydrogen projects in MENA region. HHDC is a clean energy enterprise committed to strengthening green international cooperation and promoting global low-carbon transition, with a total installed capacity of about 27.3GW, and renewable energy accounts for about 90 percent. We look forward to a close collaboration with AMEA Power on initiatives to boost the development of renewable energy and green hydrogen production in MENA region,” said Yu Miao, deputy general Manager of HHDC.

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Masdar Strengthens Support For Global Climate Action With Significant Boost In Clean Energy Capacity

Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, is continuing to strengthen its support for global climate action, with the capacity of its clean energy project portfolio rising 40 percent in 2021. The electricity generation capacity of all projects Masdar has invested in – either installed or under development increased from 10.7 gigawatts (GW) to over 15 GW in 2021, according to the company’s 2021 Annual Sustainability Report. Masdar’s operating clean energy portfolio displaced almost 7.5 million tonnes of CO2 last year, a 38 percent rise in 2020. The City also unveiled a number of research projects including the world’s first solar/thermal energy storage-powered project to extract water from the air by AQUOVUM, Khalifa University, Masdar, and the Azelio electrical thermal energy storage system technology that enables 24/7 clean energy utilization.

Bahrain International Circuit Installs Solar Panels To Reduce Emissions

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Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) announced the completion of a major solar project delivering on the Kingdom of Bahrain’s 2021 commitment to make the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix green by 2022. This exciting project more than covers the energy requirements of the Formula 1 weekend, with excess to spare, reduces the venue’s carbon footprint, generates significant energy cost savings, and supports Bahrain’s commitment to sustainability and the Kingdom’s net-zero ambitions. The new onsite solar production facility will support Formula 1’s plan to have net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. Further project phases will see Bahrain International Circuit’s annual energy needs met sustainably and entirely from renewable sources.

RWE And ADNOC Signs MoU In Low Carbon And Green Hydrogen

RWE and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) regarding collaboration in low carbon and green hydrogen. Both companies agreed to explore the potential for importing low carbon and green hydrogen as well as hydrogen derivatives, such as ammonia, from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Germany. Furthermore, RWE and ADNOC agreed to assess the potential for the joint development of green hydrogen and hydrogen derivative production projects in relevant international markets. ADNOC is an early mover in decarbonization and the production of clean hydrogen, supporting the UAE’s ambition to supply up to 25% of imported hydrogen in key global markets.

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