04 Jan '12, 6am

Big Solar and Big Wind to Meet in Abu Dhabi for World Future Energy Summit

Big Solar and Big Wind to Meet in Abu Dhabi for World Future Energy Summit

Abu Dhabi has taken stakes in many wind and solar power energy projects, started its own solar panel manufacturing business and put money into other solar panel manufacturers in Europe, United States and Asia. It also has formed partnerships with multinational renewable energy giants and begun building a city (Masdar) from scratch that showcases many low-carbon technologies.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/01/04/big-solar-and-big-win...

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