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ATTEND WFES 2018 AS A VISITOR

The World Future Energy Summit 2018 (WFES) is the world’s foremost global annual event dedicated to advancing renewable energy and clean technologies. WFES brings together more than 600 leading technology providers, innovators, manufacturers and suppliers to showcase the latest solutions in the sector.

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OPENING CEREMONY

OPENING CEREMONY

Every year, the world-class Opening Ceremony at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week is the launch point for four days of debate, discussion and cooperation focused around the future of alternative energy.

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ABU DHABI SUSTAINABILITY WEEK

ABU DHABI SUSTAINABILITY WEEK

Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) is the ground-breaking global forum that unites thought leaders, policy makers and investors to address the challenges of renewable energy and sustainable development.

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SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

Sustainable Transport zone – a forum for regional and international manufacturers and distributors to discuss the latest developments and generate new business opportunities.

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PRODUCT SECTORS

The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2018 is home to the world's largest collection of companies driving the future of clean and renewable energy. The alternative energy exhibition and conference brings together over 600 leading technology and solutions providers, innovators, manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their latest products and innovations that are set to impact the solar, wind, nuclear and geothermal industries in 2018 and beyond.

Advanced Transportaion Advanced Transportation
Bio Energy Bioenergy
Carbon Management & Storage (CCS) Carbon
Management & Storage
Hydropower Hydropower

 

Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency
Energy Storage Energy Storage
Waste to Energy Waste to Energy
Nuclear Energy Nuclear Energy

 

Oil & Gas Oil & Gas
Solar Energy Solar Energy
Wind Energy Wind Energy
Geothermal Energy Geothermal Energy

 

PREPARE AHEAD OF WFES 2018

2017 Exhibitor Directory

2017 Exhibitor Directory

In 2017, more than 600 exhibitors from 32 countries showcased their products and solutions at the World Future Energy Summit exhibition. Access the full directory here.

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Business Connect 365

Business Connect 365

Our Business Connect digital match making platform gives you free access to connect and schedule meetings in advance of the event.

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ADSW Mobile App

ADSW Mobile App

A world of information and opportunities at your fingertips. Prepare ahead, update your profile, stay on track on site, maximise your time and achieve your goals more easily.

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Testimonials

  • There has never been a greater opportunity to make real progress towards sustainable development and to create an economic potential that could drive sustained growth for future generations. Let us start here at ADSW to build bridges between governments and business and create durable partnerships. Let us be brave, bold and ambitious and use this week to maintain the momentum and capitalise on this historic opportunity to lift the global economy and shape a practical pathway towards a sustainable future.
    Dr Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of State UAE, and Chairman of Masdar
  • Now is the time for action. Governments, the private sector, regional and international organisations must start working to implement the 17 ambitious global goals. We need to urgently scale up clean sustainable energy.
    H.E. Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations’ Secretary-General
  • WFES is a great place to catch up with the local power companies, with the local and regional utilities, but also with international companies who come here to see what’s happening in Abu Dhabi.
    Thristian Thiel, CEO Energy Nest
  • Renewable energy accounted for almost half of all new power plants in 2014, representing a “clear sign that an energy transition is underway”.
    International Energy Agency (IEA)
  • Countries in MENA are investing heavily in transportation and logistics infrastructure. The region is expected to outlay $4.3 trillion in infrastructure spending by 2020.
    - Al Masah Capital Limited

 

 

 

 

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