Representing a united effort between the Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development and the public and private sectors of the Emirate, the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 sets out a long-term plan to significantly diversify its economy and increase the non-oil share of overall economic output from 40% to 60%. This ambitious strategic roadmap focuses on building a sustainable economy in which a balanced approach to social and regional economic development is taken.
The Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030’s transformative plan for the future is representative of Abu Dhabi’s commitment to a sustainable future in which growth and opportunity are the cornerstones of the economy.
Sustainability Masdar City is a low-carbon, mixed-use development that pushes the boundaries of smart design and technology – making it one of the most sustainable cities in the world. The city is pioneering a “greenprint” for how existing and future cities can accommodate rapid urbanization, while dramatically reducing energy, water and waste
Situated in the emirate’s fastest growing corridor, 17 kilometres from downtown Abu Dhabi, Masdar City is a special economic zone where current and future renewable energy and clean technologies are showcased, marketed, researched, developed, tested and implemented.
The city is growing its neighborhoods around the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology – a research university dedicated to cutting-edge solutions in the fields of energy and sustainability. The institute is Masdar City’s nucleus, which extends a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship throughout the city. Companies can foster close ties with the university and partner to spark economic growth and accelerate breakthrough technologies to market.