The global cleantech energy segment is at the forefront to create a green energy future. Furthermore, the UAE and the UK has been working hard to achieve their green energy goals and development.
The UAE has rolled out the world’s most innovative solar, wind and waste-to-energy project in recent years and has partnered with the UK for greentech expertise and implementation.
Sarah Heineman, head of renewable energy at the UK Department for International Trade, told the media, “There is vast potential for investment and cross-collaboration between the UK and UAE within the greentech industry. The British energy sector has one of the most advanced energy systems in the world. It is at the forefront of the transition to decarbonize power generation and has attracted significant private investment into innovation. Over the last five years, relative power emissions in the UK have fallen faster than in any other G10 nation,” Heineman noted, adding that Britain was the first major economy to pass laws for net zero carbon emissions.”
The UAE has been leading the greentech segment in the Gulf since its government floated Energy Strategy 2050. It is reported that clean energy has rapidly developed among GCC economies since the last six years. The information is produced by the International Renewable Energy Agency.
The startups in the UK has paved the path for the UAE’s cleantech segment to become more advanced. Northern Ireland-based Kiverco has installed a plant during the event called Expo 2020 Dubai to recycle waste from the event.