Could solar and wind undercut fossil fuels in the United Arab Emirates?

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Major new study argues sourcing 10 per cent of energy from renewables in the Gulf state could save country $1.9bn a year

It may be famous for its vast oil and gas wealth, but the United Arab Emirates (UAE) could enhance its competitiveness by increasingly relying on lower-cost wind and solar power. That is the "eye-opening"...

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