Maintaining momentum in Middle Eastern renewables
Middle Eastern renewables development has benefited in recent years from the region’s long history in independent power development, strong regional bank liquidity and supportive local regulatory frameworks. But headwinds are emerging.
Adeel Rafi, head of commercial partnering, development and financing for MENAT, Pakistan and Uzbekistan at GE Renewable Energy
Anil Vijayachandran, director, acquisitions & project finance at ACWA Power
Yusuf Macun, managing partner, Cranmore Partners
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