Congratulations to the 2013 winners of the Zayed Future Energy Prize
The winners of the Zayed Future Energy Prize 2013 were announced during the awards ceremony on January 15, 2013.
Siemens history in the Middle East dates back to 1856, when Werner von Siemens first travelled to the region to supervise the laying of the undersea cables for the London-Calcutta telegraphic line. Since then, Siemens has been at the forefront of contributing to the rapid transformation of the region’s infrastructure.Read more >>
Ceres is an independent, non-profit advocacy organisation that mobilises investor and business leadership to build a low-carbon, clean energy global economy. In 1997, Ceres launched the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), now the international standard for corporate sustainability reporting.Read more >>
A for-profit social enterprise, d.light manufactures and distributes solar lighting and power products targeting the 2.6 billion people globally without access to reliable electricity.Read more >>
Physicist Institute of Electrotechnics and Energy, BrazilRead more >>
Technical High school 120 is located in a 10,000 m2 terrain at the Mexico Cuernavaca high road, sited at the Guarda Parres community; the school has seven buildings with 10 classrooms (a multipurpose and a TICs) and two workshops.Read more >>
Okehampton College is a large comprehensive school with 1,350 pupils drawn from one of the largest UK catchment areas.. As well as providing a solid academic grounding for its pupils, offers 80 extra-curricular activities for students and place great emphasis on sustainability and the need to become responsible global citizens.Read more >>
Kirya is a secondary school in Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania. It shares a green network with sister schools, Makomu and Kileo.Read more >>
Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Bangladesh Islamia School, Abu Dhabi, was established in 1980 and caters to classes between KG and Grade XII.