Craft, Matthew
November 2008
Forbes Asia;11/24/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 20, p90
The article discusses the Masdar City master plan designed to launch solar and wind projects by the government enterprise called Abu Dhabi Future Energy Co. Sultan Al Jaber, chief executive officer of the enterprise, plans it to be the world's first carbon-neutral city, where 50,000 people will live and work without cars or fossil fuels. Solar energy, wind turbines and other alternative power sources will provide all the electricity needed to run Masdar's research labs, homes and factories.


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