World Future Energy Summit: Do you know the prime focus in 2022?


World Future Energy Summit
Sustainable development is undoubtedly a hot topic around the globe, now more than ever.

World Future Energy Summit will see attendance of hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of delegates from around the globe.

This event is the world’s leading business event for clean energy and sustainability, returns to Abu Dhabi’s National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, hosted by Masdar, from 17th – 19th January 2022.

As businesses around the world start to look towards a more robust 2021, it is timely to focus on the central role of sustainable development and World Future Energy Summit is the perfect event for this approach, providing an ideal platform from which to showcase the very latest technology and innovations to transform the ways we conduct business.

Masdar’s Chief Executive Officer, Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, said: “As one of the world’s fastest-growing renewable energy companies, with a presence in more than 30 countries, Masdar’s success is built on Abu Dhabi’s commitment to investing in sustainable technology and innovation.

By hosting the World Future Energy Summit as part of ADSW, we bring a world-class platform to Abu Dhabi, one where governments, researchers and innovators can determine the right polices and technologies than can best advance the global energy transition.”

The event, which in 2020 hosted 34,000 attendees from 125 countries, and 840 exhibitors and brands, will feature six exhibitions and forums: Energy, Water, Solar, EcoWASTE, Smart Cities and Climate & Environment.

World Future Energy Summit 2022 will also host the Climate Innovations Exchange (CLIX), which connects global start-ups with investors, and the dedicated Sustainability Business Connect programme to help connect exhibitors with qualified buyers from the Middle East and Africa who are looking for technology and services relevant to their projects.

Over the next four years, according to a recent report published by Frost and Sullivan, it is anticipated that the region will invest $182.3 billion in adding up to 57GW of clean solar and wind energy capacity, representing an 18-fold increase.

The timing of this event in 2022 could not be better, with huge projects on the near horizon throughout the region that will take place with sustainability high on the agenda.

World Future Energy Summit will provide an unmissable opportunity for exhibitors and delegates to meet, debate and collaborate with stakeholders, and spur business action on key clean energy and sustainable development initiatives throughout the Middle East and beyond.

For further details please visit: www.worldfutureenergysummit.com


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