Oman is always trying to move at par with the world in terms of infrastructure and facilities development. In recent news there has been revelations from Oman’s Authority for Electricity Regulation to prioritize the framework construction to introduce electric cars in the year 2018. The authorities will be working hard to lay the framework this year. They will additionally carry out a review of international best practice in relation to the regulatory framework to support electric vehicles in Oman which is meant to the capital costs from development of public recharge stations, network and connection issues, safety issues and metering costs.
Furthermore, in its efforts to reduce fuel based systems and encourage eco powered energy Oman will to carry on the Sahim initiative to facilitate the deployment of residential solar panel systems. Additionally The Authority working with the Oman Power and Water Procurement Company and the Oman Environmental Services Holding Company (Beah), will also be making efforts to procure all the produced waste to various energy projects.
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