- Etihad Rail was formed with a mandate to manage the development, construction and operation of the UAE’s national railway, which will link the main centers of population and industry of the UAE, and will form a vital part of the planned GCC railway network. The development of the Etihad Rail network is in line with both the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 and UAE Vision 2021.
- Masdar City is a sustainable, low-carbon urban development and free zone offering a high-quality lifestyle where people live, work, play and learn. A growing education hub, Masdar City is home to Masdar Institute for Science and Technology, a research-based graduate university. Over 250 companies are located in Masdar City, including the Middle East headquarters of Siemens, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) headquarters and offices of multinational firms, including GE, Schneider Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
- Shams 1 Solar Power Plant is the largest Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant in the Middle East and was developed by Masdar, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company. Masdar partnered with Total and Abengoa to deliver the 100-megawatt solar-thermal project. The US $600 million project took three years to build and covers an area of 2.5 km?, or 285 football fields. Shams 1 generates electricity to power 20,000 homes in the UAE and contributes to the diversification of the UAE’s energy mix reducing the country’s carbon footprint.
- Khalifa Port is managed by Abu Dhabi Ports, the master-developer, manager and operator of nine commercial, logistics, community and leisure ports. Khalifa Port includes the first semi-automated container terminal in the region and handles all of Abu Dhabi’s container traffic. In its current phase, Khalifa Port’s annual capacity is 2.5 million TEU containers and 12 million tonnes of general cargo. The adjacent Khalifa Industrial Zone (Kizad) is Khalifa Port’s dedicated trade and logistics hub, serving a range of logistics and manufacturing investors
(above info is from WAM)
Release Date 30/07/2015
|Denominations||AED 1 (4 Different Designs)|
|Size||35X45 of 16 stamps|
|Printing Method||Offset Lithographic|
|Printer||Oriental Printing Press-Bahrain|
|Quantities||AED 1 100000|
|FDC||AED 5 1000|