Iraq’s electricity ministry has announced that gas delivery to the power plants in its Kurdistan region have been halted as a safety precaution following an attack on Khor Mor gas field.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has ordered construction of the largest renewable energy power plant in the West Asia region.
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and GE Hitachi have signed an MOU to identify opportunities for future investment in SMR technology development.
The Iraqi cabinet has approved the recommendation from the Ministerial Energy Council to allocate $203 million from the Ministry of Finance to the Ministry of Electricity to rehabilitate Units 2 and 3 at the Hartha Thermal Power Station and the rehabilitation of the Doura Gas Station.
Turkiye has nearly reached a second agreement with China to build a nuclear power plant in eastern Thrace, near the border with Greece.
Indian solar developer Avaada Energy has signed an MOU with Al Jomaih Energy and Water (AEW) of Saudi Arabia to develop renewable power generation projects in Saudi Arabia and other Middle East countries.
State-owned Israel Electric Corp (IEC) has announced that it has sold its Eshkol power station for $3.3 billion to Eshkol Power Energies, a joint venture between Dalia Power Energies and Taavura.
GE Gas Power has announced that it has completed the maintenance work, including major overhauls, on two gas turbines at Khor Al Zubair power plant in Iraq.
Türkiye’s President Erdogan has officially inaugurated the 1350 MW Kalyon Karapinar solar power plant, said to be one of the five largest in the world built on a single site.
The much-delayed 200 MW Komo Ombo solar project in Egypt has secured a $123 million financial package, potentially signalling that the project may proceed.