The GCC countries are embarking on a clean energy transition pathway

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More than 180 experts representing policy makers, authorities, industry, building energy-users, engineers and technology providers as well as academicians and researchers have recently discussed in Muscat about energy efficiency policies, technologies and practices for the industrial and building sectors in the European Union (EU) and in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. The GCC countries are now embarking on a clean energy transition pathway, which targets more sustainable, efficient and cost-effective methods for using energy. Energy efficiency measures and technologies, including smart technologies and Smart Cities, can play a major role in reducing energy intensity and thus emissions. There are solutions available, which are suited for small, medium and large-scale applications and which can be implemented in different sectors of the economy such as building and industry.


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