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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from The National. Sustainable City, Dubai’s first residential solar project, is now online and producing green energy for more than 500 villas. City Solar, one of the contractors involved in Sustainable City, said it had installed about 5,000 solar panels throughout the complex. “Energy production will reach 1.2 megawatts, with the surplus energy stores in the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority’s grid to be later drawn upon to operate more than 200 villas with clean, renewable energy," said Anwa Zebn, the chief executive of City Solar. Read the full story here

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  • How are connected vehicles making cities smarter?

    06-Jun-2016 by: World Economic Forum

    World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from World Economic Forum. Much has been said about how the vast majority of the human population will soon live in cities and how important it is to leverage information technology to enhance city services, increase urban safety and improve overall quality of life. What is less obvious is how we can make cities smarter when local governments and municipalities are often under heavy financial strains and lack resources to invest heavily in new infrastructure.  Read the full story here

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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from Energy Trend. Ever since the Lunar New Year, polysilicon prices have increased rapidly to RMB 145-150/kg recently. As market uncertainties have mostly been eliminated, prices have turned stable. Weaker demand from downstream sectors may lead to slower price growth and prices will peak in late-May. After June, prices will gradually decrease following lower demand. Read full story here  

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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from The National. Abu Dhabi’s Masdar has completed five new solar and wind projects in Pacific island nations as part of the UAE-Pacific Partnership Fund (UAE-PPF), helping the countries save more than US$1 million in diesel fuel imports. Read the full story here.

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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from Renewable Energy World. Clean power supplied almost all of Germany’s power demand for the first time on Sunday, marking a milestone for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “Energiewende” policy to boost renewables while phasing out nuclear and fossil fuels. Read the full story here  

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  • Huge UK offshore wind farm secures £1.3bn

    18-May-2016 by: Energy Live News

    World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from Energy Live News. The developers of one of the largest offshore wind farms located off the Norfolk coast have secured £1.3 million. It will fund the 402MW Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, co-developed by Abu Dhabi’s Masdar and Norwegian firms Statoil and Statkraft, which is currently under construction. Read the full story here .

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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from Gulf News. Dubai: Middle Eastern and North African states will need to invest $334 billion (Dh1.2 trillion) over five years to meet rising power demand in the Mena region, a development bank said Wednesday. The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP) said in a report that more than half the amount, $198 billion, will be needed to add 147 gigawatts (GW) of generating capacity until 2020, to the existing 315GW capacity. Read the full story here

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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from Khaleej Times. Consumers who installed solar panels on their rooftops are now exporting electricity to the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) grid. According to Dewa, a total of 30 photovoltaic systems have been installed and six of them are connected to Dubai's electricity network. The electricity is used onsite and the surplus is exported to Dewa's grid. The programme is part of the Shams Dubai Initiative (Shams is Arabic for "sun") that was launched March last year to encourage Dubai residents to utilise solar energy to augment their energy sources. Read the full story here

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  • World Future Energy Summit has sourced this news from The Guardian. The world’s largest floating windfarm is set to be built off the coast of Scotland after its developers were granted a seabed lease on Monday. Statoil, the Norwegian energy company, expects to have five 6MW turbines bobbing in the North Sea and generating electricity by the end of 2017. The company has already operated a single turbine off Norway. The Hywind turbine is one of the frontrunners in a global race to develop flotillas of floating wind turbines that can conquer the deep oceans and reap the strongest winds on the planet. Existing offshore wind turbines, standing on concrete and steel foundations driven into the ocean floor, flounder on heavy costs when depths are greater than about 40 metres. Read the full story here

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