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Abu Dhabi announces nine new net zero projects: Media office

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Abu Dhabi’s Department of Energy announced nine new projects that will contribute to the United Arab Emirates’ Net Zero by 2050 Strategic initiative, the Emirate’s media office said in a statement on Friday.

The planned projects, along with existing ones are expected to reduce CO2 emissions from power generation and water production in Abu Dhabi by at least 50 percent over 10 years, the office added.

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