Sustainable Energy

Seymour, Richard
August 2009
Middle East;Aug/Sep2009, Issue 403, p37
The article provides updates on various development within the energy sector in the Middle East. It mentions that Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) aims to develop a coordinated action of an international project that promotes a market for electricity trade and exchange. Furthermore, it notes that Abu Dhabi Future Energy Co. unveils plans to build Masdar City which will be home to 1,500 businesses and 50,000 commuters and residents.


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