Muscat, Nama Group, which is engaged in the

generation, transmission, distribution, supply and purchase of

electricity and associated water services in the Sultanate, today hosted

the 4th meeting of the Gulf Technical Committee for Renewable Energy

and its Storage Technologies (GTC-REST).

The two-day meeting is organised, in coordination with the

Ministry of Commerce and Industry, represented by the General

Directorate for Standards and Metrology.

The Gulf Technical Committee for Renewable Energy and its

Storage Technologies aims to assign specific specifications to

determine renewable energy requirements and how to deal with them.

The meeting is held alternately between the GCC countries and

is divided into two days. The first day includes holding the meeting and

discussing the themes presented for discussion and consultation. The

second day includes a field visit to learn about experiences and share

experiences among members.

It was decided to organise a field visit to one of the renewable

energy projects in the Wilayat of A’Seeb where the committee seeks to

identify the most prominent achievements of these projects and view

them closely in order to engage in this area.

Source: Oman News Agency