Our Projects

Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund - Saint Vincent & the Grenadines

Solar Farm Caribbean

600kW solar PV plant + 600 kWh lithium-ion battery

Sharjah Waste-to-Energy Project

Waste to Energy United Arab Emirates

Masdar, in partnership with Bee’ah, the Middle East’s leading and award-winning environmental management company, is developing a cutting-edge waste-to-energy plant in Sharjah

Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund – Bahamas

Solar Farm Caribbean

925kW solar PV carport with EV charger stations

Kiribati: 500kW Solar PV & Water Protection

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

The UAE-PPF project is helping to meet the needs of 17% of Kiribati’s population who live off-grid

Čibuk 1

Wind Farm Serbia

The Tesla wind project – Cibuk Wind farm is a utility scale onshore wind farm under development in Dolovo province, Serbia. Due for completion by the early of 2019, the project will provide clean, reliable and economically viable electricity to around 113,000 Serbian homes.

Red Sea Solar PV plants

Solar Farm Egypt

Masdar is supporting the economic development and the Egyptian government’s plans to expand tourism along the Red Sea by developing four solar PV power plants in the region

Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm

Wind Farm UK

Located 32 kilometres off the coast of North Norfolk, in East Anglia, Dudgeon is one of Masdar’s current investments in the UK’s renewable energy sector.

Fiji: LaKaRo 525kW Solar PV

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

Inhabitants on three of Fiji’s outer islands (Kadevu, Lakeba, and Rotuma) have access to energy around the clock having previously had power for only 12-18 hours a day

Shams 1

Concentrated Solar Power United Arab Emirates

In March 2013, Masdar inaugurated Shams 1 – one of the world’s largest Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plants in operation and the first of its kind in the MENA region.

FSM – Solar in Pohnpei

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

The Pohnpei Island State is one of the four main groups of islands in FSM. The 600kW solar plant, the largest PV project in FSM, supplies up to 10% of the peak demand of Pohnpei’s 34,000 residents

Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund - Barbados

Solar Farm Caribbean

350 kW solar PV carport with EV charger stations + 500 kW solar PV ground mount

Al Wadi Al Jadeed Solar PV Plants

Solar Farm Egypt

In support of government efforts to unlock the agricultural potential of the Al Wadi Al Jadeed Governorate, Masdar worked closely with Egyptian authorities to identify three sites in the governorate for new solar power plants

Al Jarnain Island PV Plant

Solar Farm United Arab Emirates

7,000 Solar Home Systems

Solar Farm Egypt

Masdar has helped bring electricity to nearly 7,000 homes and other community buildings in remote areas of Al Wadi Al Jadeed, Aswan, Luxor, Matruh, Qena and Sohag governorates

Baynounah

Solar Farm Jordan

Located east of Amman, Baynouna is the largest single solar energy project currently under development in Jordan

Palau – Solar Penetration and Water Access

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

The Republic of Palau consists of over 250 islands inhabited by a total population of 21,186 citizens, the majority located on four main islands including Peleliu and Anguar

Marshall Islands – Solar Water Collection in Majuro

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

The Republic of the Marshall Islands is made up of 29 low-lying atolls and five elevated islands inhabited by 71,000 citizens

Morocco Solar Home Systems

Solar Farm Morocco

The Morocco Solar Home Systems (SHS) project is a Masdar-led initiative in partnership with Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable (ONEE). It provides 19,437 solar home systems in over 1,000 rural villages in the Kingdom of Morocco

Masdar City Solar Photovoltaic Plant

Solar Farm United Arab Emirates

The facility produces about 17,500 megawatt-hours of clean electricity annually and offsets 15,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year.

Sea Palace

Solar Farm United Arab Emirates

200-kilowatt peak on-grid PV power in Sea Palace, Abu Dhabi

Micro-grid connectec PV plant in Tonga

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

Masdar delivered the first large-scale renewable energy project on the island of Vava’u in the Kingdom of Tonga

Krnovo Wind Farm

Wind Farm Montenegro

The 72-megawatt (MW) onshore wind farm is Montenegro’s first wind farm and one of the largest in the region

Murawah Island

Solar Farm United Arab Emirates

Masdar constructed a grid-connected solar photovoltaic plant on Murawah Island off the coast of the United Arab Emirates.

Solomon Islands – Solar PV Plant in Honiara

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

The one megawatt plant, which was expanded from 600kW following a grant from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, bolster energy resilience and reduce costs associated with diesel imports

Tuvalu: 500kW Rooftop Solar PV

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

Built on a 4-metre high structure, the UAE-PPF project in Tuvalu creates shaded public space while feeding clean energy into the grid

Vanuatu: Port Vila 767kW Solar PV

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

Port Vila, the capital city of the island state of Vanuatu, has a population of 44,000, of which only 27% have access to electricity

Tafilah Wind Farm

Wind Farm Jordan

The Tafilah Wind Farm is the first commercial utility-scale wind power project in the Middle East. Located in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the 117 megawatt wind farm has increased the country’s total power capacity by 3%.

Um Al Zomul

Solar Farm United Arab Emirates

The Um Al Zomul solar photovoltaic plant is an off-grid facility in the desert.

Siwa

Solar Farm Egypt

Masdar’s 10 megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Siwa was the largest solar power installation in Egypt at the time of its completion in March 2015. The project is the first utility-scale solar power installation in the Arab Republic of Egypt and accounts for 30% of the grid capacity of Siwa City and its adjoining areas.

The Republic of Nauru – Nauru Solar

Solar Farm South Pacific Islands

The Republic of Nauru is an island of just 21 square kilometres with more than 9,500 citizens that is highly dependent on imported fossil fuels for transport and power generation