World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi obtained deals worth $10.5bn

It was reported on Sunday that deals worth $10.5 billion in 20 nations were reached amid the four-day World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.

During the occasion, Abu Dhabi’s Masdar and France’s EDF won a tender to construct a 400-megawatt wind farm, worth $500 million in northern Saudi Arabia.

Also, Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center, Tadweer, signed new working contracts totally worth $299.21 million to encourage gathering and transporting solid waste, and even road clearing and cleaning services in the third, fourth and fifth segments of Abu Dhabi mainland and the Al Dhafra region.

The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), an organization of the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and the main focal open area element committed to sun powered vitality in the nation, revealed its $7 billion ‘Cold Desert Regions Ultra-Mega Solar Power’ venture and welcomed speculators to take an interest.

An aggregate of 34,000 and 3,000 understudies from around 150 nations went to the occasion, alongside 100 ministers, 15 heads of state and 3,000 members.

The occasion – which was held under the topic of ‘Embracing the Future, Welcoming Disruption’ – likewise incorporated the interest of 800 exhibiting organizations from 40 organizations.

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