January 18, 2012

UAE Solar Firms Still in the Dark

Vesela Todorova, The National


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ABU DHABI // What is the future of solar power in the UAE? Renewable energy companies are hoping the World Future Energy Summit, which opens in Abu Dhabi today, will help answer that question

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