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Green energy is developing towards a mainstream, competitive, and reliable technology. Governments around the globe are investing big...
A year ago, Karim Mostafa, CEO of solar energy solutions provider Gaia, was struggling to get anyone to listen to his...
In 2010, Fadi Quran came back to Palestine during winter break
from his senior year at Stanford University, where he was studying
While the startup industry is booming in the Middle East, it’s a
nascent sector that still needs plenty of babysitting. Sometimes
This piece was originally published on the Huffington Post on April 3, 2013.
With the Middle East and North Africa's water and...
So you've heard of green buildings, green
businesses, green products, and green living, but have you ever
heard of green technology? If you...
Ever thought about using a bike for
your routine travel in Egypt? This distinctly lo-tech
solution to the country’s traffic problems w...
This week's Entrepreneur of the Week is Hassine Labaeid, the co-founder of Tunisian Startup Saphon Energy, which focuses on research and ...
The HCT-Wharton Innovation Tournament, held this past
Monday and Tuesday in Dubai,
challenged entrepreneurs to produce innovative...
So green is now a trend in the
Middle East – even though it’s still to catch on in Saudi
Arabia. It's also a term that's been going ar...
The world today needs a clean and affordable
energy solution to address both growing electricity challenges and
the effects of global...
Since the 70’s, Tunisia has managed increasing
unemployment pressures by promoting low value-added manufacturing
sectors such as textiles a...