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World Future Energy Summit 2012
2011-11-14

Overview of World Future Energy Summit

World Future Energy Summit is the world’s foremost annual meeting committed to advancing future energy, energy efficiency and clean technologies by engaging political, business, finance, academic and industry leaders to drive innovation, business and investment opportunities in response to the growing need for sustainable energy.

WFES includes a world class Summit, an international exhibition, the Project Village, Roundtable Discussions, Innovate @ WFES, the Young Future Energy Leaders program, corporate meetings and social events.

World Future Energy Summit represents an unrivalled business platform bringing together project owners and solution providers with investors and buyers from both the public and private sectors.

For More details, Visit World Future Energy Summit Website

ECAT Participates at World Future Energy Summit 2010

Held under the patronage of His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and hosted by Masdar, Abu Dhabi's multi-faceted renewable energy company, the WFES 2012 will examine the role of innovation in speeding the adoption and deployment of renewable energy and the importance of maintaining the significant progress that is being made in improving energy efficiency. The World Future Energy Summit 2012 runs from January 16-19 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

Over 26,000 attendees, including 3,000 delegates, 650 exhibiting companies, and 20 national pavilions, are expected to participate at WFES 2012.
To ensure that the real challenges in renewable energy and sustainability are discussed, the WFES 2012 programme will highlight the impact current economic challenges and reduced government subsidies in many countries may have on future growth in the sector.
Moreover, the event will focus on innovation as the critical factor in mitigating future energy challenges. Innovation is seen as key to making clean energy technologies commercially viable and achieving energy efficiency.
According to the International Energy Agency, more than 50 per cent of projected energy demand between 1970 and 2010 was saved through energy efficiency measures. Advanced clean technologies showcased at WFES aim to continue this trend.
Dr Sultan Al Jaber, Managing Director and CEO of Masdar, said: “Through the World Future Energy Summit, Abu Dhabi seeks to build bridges and create a platform for open dialogue. Our work is at a crucial stage – momentum has to be maintained in our endeavor to find solutions to future energy needs. WFES is the place for like-minded countries, companies and individuals to discuss this important topic and to encourage and action innovation.”

Now in its fifth year, the World Future Energy Summit is the world’s foremost annual meeting committed to promoting advancement of future energy, energy efficiency and clean technologies by engaging political, business, finance, academic and industry leaders to drive innovation, business and investment opportunities in response to the growing need for sustainable energy.
Established as one of the main events on the global future energy calendar, the summit brings project owners and solution providers together with investors and buyers from across the public and private sectors.
The theme of ‘Powering Sustainable Innovation’ will be the central topic addressed by more than 150 international speakers representing all viewpoints in the energy and sustainability debate.
Alongside the international conference, WFES 2012 hosts a large-scale exhibition with companies from all over the world promoting their latest products and services.

This year, in line with its theme, the summit will include a new platform targeting startup companies developing clean technologies in solar, wind, water, smart grids, bio-fuels, lighting, transport and energy storage.
Eng. Mohamed al-Noori, director of the Environmental Center for Arab Towns, said that this summit aims through the issues to be raised and the review of research conducted in some cities in the world will help provide the technologies for the future sustainable energy that will help improve the current situation in our cities.  Al Noori added, "It is very important that the government and private sectors along with the community individuals to be  aware about their joint responsibility and work together in an integrated way to protect the energy resources and the pursuit of renewable forms of energy in addition to  take the necessary measures and to work together to formulate a sustainable future for present and future generations. 

The Environmental Centre for Arab Towns participating in the World Future Energy Summit 2012 as one of the exhibitors in the stand # 4540, hall 4, Main Entrance D). Over the past five years, the participation of ECAT in this important international conference and exhibition considered as a unique opportunity to offer services and show our achievements in addition to building comprehensive databases of potential  partners that can work together in a fruitful cooperation for the purpose of raising environmental awareness.

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WETEX 2007
2007-03-13

WETEX 2007

Under the Patronage of H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance and Industry, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority proudly presents WETEX 2007. WETEX 2007 is an important regional resourcing platform for national and international companies to access wide range of latest technology and management solutions. This event also provides avenue for industry leaders to keep abreast of the latest developments in the Gulf region in the field of Water, Energy and Environment, as well to network and tie up with strategic partners to pursue innovative solutions.
 
We are pleased to announce that ECAT will be participating in WETEX 2007 – so please visit our stand at the Water, Energy, Technology & Environment Exhibition.
 
WETEX 2007 will hold the convergence of Decision-makers, representatives from Government Organizations, Policy markers, Trade associations and Chamber of Commerce around the world.
 

Date

13,14 & 15 March 2007

Opening Hours

10 am  to  7pm

Event Type

Trade & Specialists Only

Frequency

Annual (starting from the 1998 edition)

Exhibitor profile 

•   Water Technology.
•   Energy Technology.
•   Environment system.

Organizer

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority.

Internet 

http://www.wetex.ae/


WETEX 2007 will be held at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Halls number 5,6,7&8 (beside Dubai World Trade Centre, DWTC Tower). International visitors who are in Dubai for the first time can find their way to the exhibition centre very easily. Being one of the iconic landmarks of Dubai, the DWTC Tower is familiar to all taxi drivers and is just a short drive away from the Dubai International Airport.

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