Moroccan Company Nareva Holding rewarded in Dubai

Date : 28 10 2013

The chairman of Dubai's Supreme Council of Energy, HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, presided over this year's Emirates Energy Award in which the Nareva Holding's huge Tarfeya wind farm project in Morocco picked up the Gold Award, narrowly beating the Masdar-funded Shams1 concentrated solar plant in Abu Dhabi.


The gold award for small energy project went to telecoms firm du ahead of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce (silver) and district cooling company Empower (Bronze).


Other Gold awards handed out at the ceremony went to Masdar (public sector energy efficiency), Al Futtaim Group Real Estate (private sector energy efficiency), Friends of Environment Society in Jordan (energy education) and Ayman Adnan Almaitah of Jordan for research and development work.


Meanwhile, special recognition awards went to organisations that had made great strides in reducing energy consumption, including Saudi Aramco, the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Sports Complex, dubai Investment Park, the Sheikh Zyed Housing Programme, Dubai Silicon Oasis, Emirates Transport and Drydocks World.

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