Discover insights into key strategies that are helping fast-track the United Arab Emirates’ successful transition to clean, sustainable energy in our paper 
Journey to Clean, Sustainable Energy’.

The global energy landscape is evolving toward cleaner energy sources. 

The usage of clean energy sources will grow rapidly as the cost of renewables decrease. Pathways to reduce demand and current CO² levels require an accelerated roll-out coupled with the application of innovative solutions.

To deliver the UAE’s successful transition to clean energy, diversification of power sources, expanding the roll-out of Clean Energy Certificates (CECs), and leveraging Carbon, Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) will become increasingly critical.

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Key drivers for a clean energy future

CCUS will be a vital tool in the fight against climate change. As well as preventing CO²  from entering the atmosphere, it enables the use of clean burning gas to enhance oil recovery, and can be leveraged for other industrial uses such as  power generation and desalination.

Investing in Hydrogen ecosystem

Supplying the power grid with diverse  energy sources is critical to the UAE’s future energy plans. In doing so, clean energy will complement the existing energy mix to the grid and enable further sustainability ambitions.

Ensuring Multi-Source Power Mix

Leveraging its expertise in gas production and low-cost solar power, the UAE is developing blue and green hydrogen initiatives that offer enormous  potential in meeting sustainability targets.

Rolling out digital Clean Energy Certificates

The introduction of CECs enables entities to trade in renewable and nuclear energy certificates in Abu Dhabi. To maintain authenticity and build trust, blockchain technology enables CECs to trace the energy sources and capture transaction data when certificates are traded.

Leveraging Carbon, Capture, Utilisation and Storage  

Collaboration amongst stakeholders

Developing Reverse Osmosis plants

Collaboration will also be key to  unlocking a sustainable future. Orchestrated action from the energy and  industrial sectors alongside policymakers, regulators and government is  needed to deploy renewables at speed and scale, incentivized by long-term stable policies and regulations.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is more  efficient than conventional thermal desalination plants as the technology  uses 50% less energy to produce potable water.

Journey to Clean, Sustainable Energy’ Paper Highlights

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