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Abstract

In 2011, the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) completed the construction of a regional power grid connecting the Gulf states. Its main purpose was to provide backup in case of power emergencies. The grid also increases the likelihood of developing a common power market that could provide significant economic benefits to each GCC member state.

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Nourah Al Hosain

Nourah Al Hosain

Research Analyst Nourah is a research analyst in KAPSARC’s Policy and Decision Science program.  She is currently working with the KAPSARC Toolkit for…

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  • Data science and applications development

Publications See all Nourah Al Hosain’s publications

Behavioral Analysis on Developing a GCC Power Market

Behavioral Analysis on Developing a GCC Power Market

In 2011, the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) completed the construction of a regional…

September 29, 2019
Political Feasibility of Enhancing India’s Midcentury Target for Emissions Intensity

Political Feasibility of Enhancing India’s Midcentury Target for Emissions Intensity

In 2011, the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) completed the construction of a regional…

September 18, 2019
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