Shahid Hasan is Associate Director at The Energy and Resources Institute (New Delhi). He has rich experience in identifying and addressing sustainability issues in the energy sector, in particular electricity industry through consultancy, research and training activities. He has worked closely with the industry, governments, utilities (public/private), multilateral and bilateral organizations, and international research institutions, on a wide range of issues cutting across energy-policy, energy-environment, energy-economics, energy-water and energy-sustainability domain. Shahid can be reached at email@example.com
The importance of renewable energy sources in the energy portfolio of any country is well known, especially in the context of energy security and impacts on climate change. The growing quest for renewable energy and energy efficiency in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries has been seen by many as both – a compulsion to complement the rising energy demand, and as an economic strength that helps them in carrying forward the clean energy initiatives from technology development to large scale deployment of projects from Abu Dhabi to Riyadh. Current Scenario The promotion of renewable energy (RE) is becoming an … Continue reading →
تتجه الأنظار حاليآ إلى مشاريع الطاقة المتجددة في أنحاء العالم, و ذلك نظرآ لأهميتها في تقليل الإنبعاثات الغازية الضارة بالبيئة. إنطلاقآ من ذلك, تسعى دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي جاهدة في الإستثمار والتطوير في هذا المجال. فمن المؤكد أن هذا التوجه سيحد بشكل رئيسي من إرتفاع نسب الإستهلاك المحلي للطاقة من جهة, و لضمان الإستقرار الإقتصادي و الذي سيدفع بعجلة التطور في قطاع الطاقة النظيفة ودعمها بالتقنية اللازمة و الأبحاث المبتكرة من جهة أخرى. فمن المتوقع أن تشهد منطقة الخليج من مدينة أبوظبي إلى مدينة الرياض مشاريع ذات جودة عالية في تنويع مصادر الطاقة بشكل عام. لمحة عن المشاريع الحالية تبوأت … Continue reading →
Water is an essential part of human existence, green source of energy production and input for thermal power generation. The world’s 7 billion people are dependent on just 3% (called freshwater) of the total volume of water on earth. The MENA region is home to 6.3 percent of world’s population but has access to measly 1.4 percent of the world’s renewable fresh water. Due to burgeoning population and rapid economic growth, the per capita water availability is expected to reduce to alarming proportions in the coming decades. The demand for water is expected to increase significantly in future, which is also … Continue reading →
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