Dubai has launched an ambitious new energy strategy, including a clause, from 2030 to make the roof solar energy is mandatory.
Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 also set 75% of renewable energy targets, the middle target for 2020 to achieve 7% to 2030 to achieve 25%. These goals have accelerated the transition from the Emirate to clean energy, which was set at 15 percent in 2030.
The size of the public sector Muhammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum solar zone has also expanded, earlier this year from the initial 1GW expanded to 3GW, now expanded to 2030 for the 5GW. 800MW installed capacity of the tender process is currently underway. It is expected that the total investment in the state-owned public sector, the Dubai Water Authority (DEWA), will reach 50 billion dirhams ($ 13.6 billion) for the plant.
A free trade zone, Dubai Green Zone, will also be built to encourage clean technology companies to move to the city.
Working with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and R & D institutions to establish training programs in the Emirate, as well as the establishment of a flagship clean technology innovation center, will help the emirate to create jobs.
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