The most prominent trends of the international movement for sustainability and...

The most prominent trends of the international movement for sustainability and...
The most prominent trends of the international movement for sustainability and...

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The World Future Energy Summit 2022, which is taking place within the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2022 hosted by Masdar, will witness various sessions that highlight the latest strategies and the most prominent trends in the international movement for sustainability and renewable energy, during the Solar and Clean Energy Forum hosted by the summit.

The summit comes as the solar energy sector continues to expand at an accelerating pace, as the production capacity of solar cells around the world is expected to grow more than 4 times to reach 3100 GW, while the wind energy capacity will grow nearly 2.5 times to reach 1850 GW by 2040. This is according to the stated policy scenario of the International Energy Agency.

More than 70 key experts and CEOs will attend the summit, who will share their thoughts on the long-term dynamic transformation of the sector during the Solar and Clean Energy Forum. At a time when clean energy is becoming more and more popular, participants will discuss strategies to meet energy demand and study and evaluate new technologies. An elite group of key investors and stakeholders from governments, corporations, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, innovators and technology solution providers in the Middle East will attend the summit in person.

The list of topics that will be discussed during the Clean and Solar Energy Forum will include the future of green hydrogen and the UAE strategy for hydrogen, commercial and industrial uses of solar energy, micro-grids, grid stability and distributed energy, green finance, project investments, operations, maintenance and asset management, and energy storage in renewable environments. And planning hybrid energy sources and the latest technologies related to this field.

Keynote speakers will include Hind Al Mutawa, Director of Electricity and Energy Trade Department at the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Abdulaziz Al Obaidli, Director of Asset Management in the UAE – TAQA, Bruce Steedal, Manager of Asset Management at TRANSCO, and Ahmed Al Mazrouei, Director of Electricity and Energy Trading at TRANSCO. The UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Lucas Sokol, Head of Urban Design, Sustainable Planning and Credits – Masdar, and Carmen Vidal, Chief Procurement Officer – ENGIE.

Grant Tuchten, Director of Collective Events at WFES, said: “We are delighted once again to welcome opinion leaders and exhibitors to an exceptional one-to-one experience where they will have the opportunity to share business opportunities, innovation and knowledge. This will make WFES the ideal platform to help build businesses and partnerships to drive the transition towards clean energy in the region.

The World Future Energy Summit 2022 provides free platforms where attendees can access valuable content about the sector, benefit from presentations by key stakeholders, attend panel discussions related to the sector, explore case studies of best practices, and learn about the latest trends in the sector. The summit is the ideal forum for stakeholders to network and share business opportunities to advance the transition towards clean energy and sustainable development in the MENA region. The World Future Energy Summit 2022, organized by RX Middle East, will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center from January 17 to 19, 2022, and hosted by “Masdar) as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. A sustainable future for all.

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