Emirates News Agency – World Future Energy Summit 2023 to provide crucial sustainability blueprint ahead of COP28

ABU DHABI, 19th October, 2022 (WAM) — Organizers of the 15th World Future Energy Summit – the premier business event for future energy and sustainability to be held in Abu Dhabi next January – have reiterated the unique ability of the event to provide practical solutions for both world leaders and the international energy industry, advancing the transition to cleaner energy sources.
The World Future Energy Summit 2023 will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC) from January 16-18. It is the centerpiece of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, a global initiative championed by the United Arab Emirates and Masdar to accelerate sustainable development and advance economic, social and environmental progress. The exhibition registered an impressive mix of government entities, including the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, the GCC Interconnection Authority and the Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI) .

“This event has evolved at a time when the energy sector and our economies are in transition,” said His Excellency Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure. “It has now transformed into the most important industrial gathering in the Middle East, of which clean energy and infrastructure are key elements. This newly transformed event profile is in the right place at the right time, highlighting a much-needed shift towards achieving our clean energy goals, as well as achieving sustainable governance and embracing consumption and production methods. of natural energy that guarantee the quality of life of current and future generations. It is a forum to advance this policy and engage with others who wish to join in our advances and share important and mutually beneficial knowledge.

As the Arab world prepares to host COP27 in Egypt this year and COP28 in the United Arab Emirates next year, the organizers of the World Future Energy Summit, RX Middle East, together with its key partner Masdar, believe that the MENA’s increased emphasis on sustainability will fuel the expansion of the well-anticipated event.

“The World Future Energy Summit will bring together global energy leaders and policymakers to explore the technology and innovation needed to accelerate the development of clean energy and sustainable projects,” said Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, CEO of Masdar. “By connecting exhibitors with decision makers, the event plays a vital role in transitioning from strategy to action during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.”

Three months away from the summit, there was a strong international response from the national pavilions of Japan, Germany, China, Korea, France, India and Switzerland. The national exhibitions will highlight SMEs from around the world, all working towards innovative solutions.

“The Global Future Energy Summit 2023, with six expos and five forums, will serve as a catalyst for business collaboration and knowledge exchange, in key sectors of sustainable development and with leading international support,” said Leen. Alsebai, Head of Global Future Energy Summit, and Managing Director. Head of RX Middle East.

“In addition to the focus on energy, water, eco-waste, solar, smart cities, climate and the environment, this year will see the launch of a dedicated Hydrogen Innovation Hub. This will bring together key technologies enabling the production, transport, storage and use of green hydrogen, and will provide a dedicated space to showcase the potential of regional projects. The 2023 edition will also feature a dedicated innovation zone showcasing start-ups and technologies focused on climate change solutions.
Major private sector players including Jinko Solar, ENGIE, Longi, Huawei Technologies, the Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide and HT Italia are expected to participate.

Echoing the sentiment on the clean energy transition and net zero targets, Ian Harfield, ENGIE Managing Director in charge of energy solutions in the GCC region, added: “We are delighted to once again participate in the World Future Energy Summit. in 2023 and to take advantage of our international experience and innovations to promote regional energy transition projects. As a long-time supporter, this is a must-attend industry event for us and we will not only showcase our latest innovations and investments in renewable energy and low-carbon energy infrastructure, but we we will actively partner with government and private institutions, which can help us deliver on our decarbonization commitment and achieve our group goal of becoming Net Zero Carbon by 2045.”

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