Green oasis

De Guzman, Doris
November 2008
ICIS Chemical Business;11/17/2008, Vol. 274 Issue 19, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the $15 billion or €12 billion investment of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates for the development and commercialization of worldwide renewable energies and sustainable technologies. It states that such investment is under a program called the Masdar Initiative, which was launched in April 2006 by the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Co. (ADFEC). It notes that $60 million of the fund has been invested in venture funds for cutting-edge clean technology.


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