KAHRAMAA Launches Best Sustainable Local Product Competition
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General Electricity and Water Corporation “KAHRAMAA” has launched the Best
Sustainable Local Product Competition, which is the first of its kind in Qatar.
The competition aims at encouraging the industrial and commercial sector to
produce more eco-friendly sustainable products. It is one of the initiatives of
Kahramaa’s National Program for Conservation and Energy Efficiency (Tarsheed)
and will last until 1 April 2018.
competition meant to raise awareness about the concept of sustainability and
its role in the progress of domestic production in Qatar; to encourage
industrial and commercial sector in particular to adopt environment
conservation and sustainability achievement strategies in their production
processes and adopt rationalization and energy efficiency practices in the
domestic market; and to promote competitiveness between the industrial and
commercial sectors and private sector development in Qatar.
applications shall be submitted through Tarsheed page on KAHRAMAA website
km.qa/Tarsheed, after reviewing the terms and conditions, and filling in the
registration form. The competition targets participants from the industrial
sector (owners of Qatari and foreign factories operating in the State of Qatar)
and the commercial sector that operates in the country (Qataris and investors
in Qatar). The competition is concerned with preserving the environment and
sustainability either in the type of product, the mechanism of production or
of the best sustainable local product are to be honored during the sixth annual
Tarsheed ceremony in April 2018, as a model for local product support and
Qatar's contribution to a sustainable environment for us and generations to
It is worth
mentioning that KAHRAMAA – through the National Program for
Conservation and Energy Efficiency “Tarsheed” and in the framework of
its social responsibility – launches Tarsheed Competitions annually to
encourage the community to apply sound practices of rationalization and energy
efficiency that help reduce electricity and water consumption and reduce carbon
emissions in order to achieve Tarsheed Program goal of reducing the consumption
of electricity by 25% and of water by 35% until 2022.