The Middle East is an area of seemingly endless sunshine and yet very little is known within the region about the use of solar energy and its various applications. Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) have set up an innovative hands-on solar learning program called Shams Generation that is attempting to bridge this knowledge gap and develop the next generation of solar engineers, artists and renewable energy entrepreneurs.
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, today (Wednesday) announced its support for Education Above All’s (EAA) Kakuma Project under a multi-year agreement that will see schools, clinics and community centres powered by solar energy.
Al-Ahli Hospital in cooperation with Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) hosted the first symposium to launch Dr. Stretch on Wednesday, 19 June 2013.
The 4th Middle East Business Leaders Awards, honoring the best in innovation and excellence in the region, announced that Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) was voted as a winner of the Leadership in Global Solar Technology Awards during the recent event in Abu Dhabi.
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) and SolarWorld AG today signed a memorandum of understanding with the Educate A Child (EAC) programme that was launched in November 2012 to bring quality primary education to millions of out of school children.
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) presented Barwa with the first of 136 solar modules that will be used to power Qatar’s Passivhaus-Baytna project. When installed, the SolarWorld-QSTec photovoltaic monocrystalline silicon panels will provide all of Passivhaus’ electricity requirements, with excess power being exported back into Kahramaa’s power grid.
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec), the Qatar-based solar grade polysilicon company that is a supporter of innovative uses of solar technologies and applications, has been honoured with the New Economy Magazine’s Clean Tech & New Energy Award 2012 for Best Emerging Renewable Energy Company in the Middle East and North Africa.
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) and SolarWorld AG are presenting the electric super car, Tesla Roadster, with SolarWorld’s innovative solar energy technology, at the Qatar Sustainability Expo, currently taking place at the Doha Exhibition Centre on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP18) in Qatar.
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) marked a milestone at its polysilicon plant site this month, having reached 2 million man hours without a lost time incident.
Qatar will generate 1.8 Gigawatts (1,800 Megawatts) of solar power by 2014 as part of the vision to generate 20 per cent of the country’s total energy requirements through renewable sources,