Dubai makes a monumental statement in the fight against climate change: The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, a project that produces not only electricity but also hydrogen, aims to cover the emirate’s entire energy needs with renewable sources by 2050.


Innovation Meets Sustainability

More than just a power plant, the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is a symbol of the future. You stand before a new era where clean energy is not only possible but also economically viable. With a planned capacity of 5000 megawatts by 2030, this solar park will play a key role in Dubai’s vision to achieve a 100% renewable energy supply by 2050.

A Powerhouse of Superlatives

The numbers are staggering: An area of 77 square kilometers, over 2.4 gigawatts of current power, and an investment of 50 billion AED. Yet, the true value of the solar park lies in its contribution to the environment: the facility will save 6.5 tons of carbon emissions upon completion. The combination of photovoltaic and concentrated solar power technology, along with an innovation and research center, makes the solar park one of the most advanced in the world.

Shaping the Future

You see here not just a power plant but also a hub that drives innovation and nurtures national talent. The solar-powered desalination plant, which produces 50 cubic meters of drinking water daily, exemplifies how sustainability and technological advancement can go hand in hand.

Phases of Progress

Since the commissioning of the first phase in 2013, the solar park has continuously evolved. Each new phase has brought an increase in capacity and efficiency. The third phase, which started in 2020, already supplies more than 240,000 households in Dubai with electricity and sets new benchmarks in terms of feed-in tariffs and energy yield.

Looking to the Future

With the completion of the fourth phase in 2024, the solar park will not only be the largest of its kind but will also boast the lowest electricity generation costs worldwide. The fifth phase, which has already been commissioned, further reinforces this position. Dubai shows that a sustainable future is not just a dream but is already becoming a reality.

An Open Gateway to the Future

The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is more than just an energy project; it’s a visitor attraction and an educational center. It stands for a future where clean energy and technological progress pave the way. Dubai invites you to be part of this vision and experience the solar park – a place where the future begins today.