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Renewable energy and power production in the Middle East

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Renewable energy and power production in the Middle East

Declan Hayes, managing director, Transaction & Restructuring Services, Deloitte Middle East speaks with AMEinfo on the state of renewable energy projects and power production in the GCC.

He focuses on the areas where power production from solar energy are already commercially viable without the need for subsidies; the effects of the global economy on the development of a strong renewable energy sector, and what the overarching reason for the public sector push to deploy renewable energy sources is.

 

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