31 Aug 2014
August 31, 2014

Qatar Solar Energy Inauguration Ceremony

QSE CEO Salim Abbassi and Azat Betekbaev, chairman of Kazatomprom's solar division

Qatar Solar Energy (QSE) has signed a landmark agreement with Kazakh energy company Kazatomprom allowing it to secure solar grade silicon at “an extremely competitive fixed cost” for the next ten years. QSE says the agreement puts Qatar in “a leadership position in the market given that demand for raw polysilicon will continue to grow as the global need for solar energy increases exponentially in the near future. read more →

Qatar Solar Energy (QSE), ein Unternehmen im Bereich erneuerbare Energien mit Sitz in Katar, eroberte heute den Solarenergiemarkt mit der Ankündigung der größten Anlage für Entwicklung und Herstellung im Bereich Solartechnologie in der MENA-Region. read more →

Al lanzamiento asistieron los representantes gubernamentales, dignatarios extranjeros, líderes de la industria y el medio ambiente, así como invitados especiales, lo que coloca a Qatar en la ruta de ser uno de los mayores productores de energía solar en el mundo. El activista medioambiental Robert F. Kennedy Jr. y el doctor Rajendra K. Pachauri, portavoz del Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, habló durante el evento. read more →

Qatar has unveiled a first-of-its-kind solar-panel factory, saying it was now the largest solar-power producer in the region with the ability to generate 300mw of energy a year. On Sunday, the Qatar Solar Energy company also announced a three-phase plan to eventually produce 2.5gw of solar energy annually, though QSE board member Reyad Fezzani would not specify a timeframe. “It’s an exciting future for solar energy and we haven’t even scratched the surface,” Fezzani said on a tour of the facility on the outskirts of the capital, Doha. read more →