Independent Power and Renewable Electricity Producers
Company Overview of Masdar
Masdar, through its subsidiaries, operates as a renewable energy company. The company invests in renewable energy and clean technology companies; focuses on developing large scale renewable power generation and carbon abatement projects; and operates a special economic zone and urban development to showcase, market, research, develop, test, and implement current and future renewable energy and clean technologies. It also operates a not-for-profit, private graduate university that focuses on finding solutions to the challenges of clean energy and climate change through education and research; and provides renewable energy and clean-tech project management consultancy, sustainability integrati...
Khalifa City A
Abu Dhabi, 54115
United Arab Emirates
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Masdar
Director of Sustainability
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Masdar Key Developments
Masdar and Bee'ah Partner on Waste to Energy Initiatives in Region
Jan 20 16
Masdar has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Bee'ah to develop the UAE's waste to energy sector. Masdar and Bee'ah are joining forces to co-develop Waste to Energy initiatives in Sharjah the UAE and the region. This partnership will help contribute to the UAE Government's Vision 2021 which targets among other goals diverting waste from landfills by 75% by 2021.
Masdar to Install 200-MW Solar Park in Jordan
Jan 18 16
Masdar announced it plans to build a 200-MW solar power plant in Jordan. The company will sign a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for the USD 200 million project with Jordan's government. The company has already commissioned a 117-MW wind park in Jordan and now plans to bid for other projects there.
Veolia and Masdar Open Pilot Desalination Plant in Abu Dhabi
Nov 26 15
Veolia has opened a cost and energy efficient desalination pilot plant for Masdar in Abu Dhabi. The plant has been built as part of the collaboration between Veolia and Masdar, a subsidiary of Mubadala Development Company. The companies will jointly operate the plant, which has been producing potable water since last August. The plant abides by the same operational constraints as a large plant and is capable of handling very harsh seawater conditions - salinity up to 52 g/l, temperature that may exceed 42Â°C and harmful algal blooms. The new plant will have a capacity of 125,000m3 per day and it will supply water to industries as well as the people of Aktau and Zhanaozen cities. Under the agreement, Veolia and Kazakhstan Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Centre will jointly undertake a study to identify a business model that allows private sector participation while executing the project.
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