Kahramaa Awareness Park rendering. Credit: Kahramaa The wait is almost over. A futuristic-looking education center in Al Thumama is expected to finally open its doors to the public next week, officials…
Speaking last night, Qatar's PM said “Energy conservation is a religious, national and moral responsibility of all people in this country. There is no alternative to preserving natural resources for us and for the coming generations."
The typical Qatar household pays an average of 2.3 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh), even though that costs 4.2 cents to generate. That means the government covers US1.9 cents for every kWh consumed by residential users.
Steps such as adjusting the thermostat and escalator timings, and changing out old light bulbs for new energy-efficient ones come months after state utility provider Kahramaa quietly increased tariffs for energy and water usage in September.