Sharjah book fair: Expect the unexpected this year

The 36th edition of the fair, said to be the world’s third biggest book fair, will be held from November 1 to 11 at Expo Centre Sharjah. In an interview, Al Amiri told Gulf News that apart from those writers, speakers and celebs who are already confirmed ... ( read original story ...)

VAT in the UAE: 10 things to know ahead of its implementation

Also read: UAE’s finance ministry yet to fix VAT rate on goods, services 5. What is the mandatory registration limit and the voluntary registration limit? A business must register for VAT if its taxable supplies and imports exceeds the mandatory ... ( read original story ...)

Major cause of road traffic deaths in Abu Dhabi revealed

Abu Dhabi: Sixty per cent road traffic deaths in Abu Dhabi was due to motorists or passengers not wearing seatbelts, the Abu Dhabi Police said on Sunday. In last nine months, the Abu Dhabi traffic police have issued fines to 39,956 motorists who failed to ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai utility connects 453 solar installations to the grid

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced the connection of 453 solar installations on the roofs of buildings in the emirate as part of its Shams initiative. The photovoltaic panels on the roofs of residential, commercial and industrial ... ( read original story ...)

Dewa completes 453 solar roof top installations

This was carried out under the ‘Shams Dubai’ initiative launched by Dewa to encourage customers to install solar photovoltaic panels on the roofs of their premises to generate electricity from solar power and export any excess to the power grid ... ( read original story ...)

Mozambican wins Phanes Group’s first Solar Incubator program

Phanes Group, an integrated end-to-end solar provider headquartered in Dubai, has announced Marlon Dos Santos and his 50 MW Kitaka Solar Project in Mozambique as the winner of its first Phanes Group Solar Incubator program. The evaluation session was held ... ( read original story ...)

Emirates Insolaire to install coloured solar panels in Dubai

Dubai Investments, a leading, diversified investments company, said it will soon start installing coloured solar panels on buildings across Dubai through its joint venture Emirates Insolaire, as the emirate reinforces its commitment to a sustainable future. ( read original story ...)