How Masdar’s solar plant brings hope to Barbuda’s Hurricane victims

Our new Power to Change film takes us to the Caribbean Island of Barbuda, where we meet communities on the front lines of rebuilding their lives in the wake of Hurricane Irma, the Category 5 hurricane that destroyed 95 percent of the island on September 6, 2017.

Farmers in Senegal harvest benefits of Masdar wind farm

Farmers in Taiba N’Diaye, Senegal, are able to harvest crops during the dry season and sell produce at a revamped local market, thanks to Masdar.

How Masdar has backed Uzbekistan’s bold energy transition from the start

From the beginning, Masdar has been supporting Uzbekistan's bold energy transition.

Masdar provides funding to keep Swainson’s hawks in Antelope Valley

Solar power is a wonderful resource but it requires responsible development to protect indigenous species.

Masdar film shows London Array’s impact on British coastal community

Mega wind farm has brought jobs to Britain’s north Kent coast and new industry to the local community.

Shams celebrates 10 years of powering change

Named after the sun, the Shams solar power project has been a shining light in renewable energy in the Middle East since 2013 and Masdar’s first utility-scale solar project in the region is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

Masdar ČIBUK 1 wind farm powers change in Serbian local communities

Masdar donations to schools and medical centers have increased the quality of education and helped those in need of critical care.

Masdar solar plant brings light to communities in Belize

Children can study with ease and residents can walk safely at night in rural Belize, thanks to renewable electricity from UAE-funded Masdar project.

Masdar's first floating solar plant creates positive ripples in Indonesia

Masdar’s first floating solar power plant is powering homes, cutting emissions, creating jobs and making schools safer in Indonesia.

Masdar-Egypt clean energy projects demonstrating way forward for Africa

Masdar is demonstrating how Egypt and other African nations can drive decarbonization efforts.