Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/cjwjj5/middle_east) has announced the addition of the "Middle East Renewable Energy Sector Analysis" report to their offering.
All the major economies in Middle East region have started to take the renewable energy way, contrary to their most important possession, non renewable (Hydrocarbons). The growing economy with growing population has affected a growth in the urbanization in these nations which has resulted in an increase in consumption of oil and gas. The growing population demands more electricity, power plants based majorly on non renewable sources. The Middle East is one region in the world that requires energy even for drinking water which is produced by desalination of sea water. Growing population means more demand of water requiring more energy. The increasing in house consumption of energy sources has the Middle East worried over the increasing share it has to divert domestically, leaving comparatively lesser for export.
Middle East Renewable Energy Sector Analysis research report is an intriguing text that gives facts and projected figures about the paradoxical situation arising in the world, with the world's largest oil and gas providers looking at renewable sources to light their own bulbs. The report meticulously takes through each country's electricity and water situation and then its renewable energy efforts along with policies and regulations. It is packed with information and adds a special feature on the GCC interconnection grid that will be fed with power from the renewable sources of energy in the coming years and also gives the potential renewable sources of energy and the future scenario of the Middle East region with the latest developments.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Why Middle East is Focusing on Renewable Energy?
2. Middle East Renewable Energy Resource Mapping
3. Saudi Arabia
4. United Arab Emirates
14. GCC Electricity Grid
15. Emerging Trends
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