Petroleum Development Omans clean energy competition for SME open


The competition is open to approximately 30,000 SMEs registered with Riyada—the Public Authority of Small and Medium Enterprise Development. File photo used for illustrative purposes only.


Muscat: Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) can now propose clean energy initiatives through PDOs Estedama programme, a competition that will provide them with a platform to launch their ideas.

The competition is open to approximately 30,000 SMEs registered with Riyada—the Public Authority of Small and Medium Enterprise Development—to send out their proposals on three sectors; renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy saving projects. The top three SMEs will be awarded OMR5,000, OMR3,000 and OMR2,000, along with being given a chance to showcase their proposals to stakeholders.

“The competition is designed to raise awareness. Implementation of these plans will depend on the market’s…



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