As the centrepiece of World Future Energy Summit 2021, the Energy Expo will be vital in accelerating this already fast-paced industry. The Energy Expo will host some of biggest names in renewable energy, including Taqa, EDF, Engie and EWEC as exhibitors. The Solar & Clean Energy Forum will host industry leaders as speakers and panellists, including: Bruce Stedall, Asset Management Director, Transco; Dr Emmanouil Kakaras, Executive Vice President Next Energy Business at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries EMEA; Mothana Bahjeat Qteisha, Senior Managing Director, MEA & APAC, Jinko Solar amongst others.
Capitalising on this undeniable momentum is extremely important for bold, forward-thinking investors, and Grant Tuchten, Group Event Director for World Future Energy Summit, said the Energy Expo & Forum will be beneficial for anyone in attendance. “Renewable energy is the central focus of the exhibition” he remarked, “where government officials and decision makers are together with the engineers and scientists who are developing exciting new technologies to facilitate business discussions resulting in beneficial partnerships.
Mohamed AlNowais, Managing Director of AMEA Power, a key exhibitor at the World Future Energy Summit, added: “The future of energy is no longer an ambition: it is an urgent imperative. As a pure-play renewable power developer AMEA Power is working relentlessly on that imperative. As we look for all opportunities to speed up our green growth, we very much look forward to being at the 2022 World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi – finally meeting in one place with many key stakeholders. WFES Abu Dhabi has been for years the venue of choice for top industry professionals, and we are exceptionally excited to be there in person again.”
On a similar note, Energy Systems CEO of DNV, Ditlev Engel, said: "The world needs to make this a decade of deep decarbonization, overcoming the urgent and complex challenge of transitioning to a clean-energy system. The scale and pace required is framed by the Paris Agreement – limiting global warming to well below 2ºC, striving towards a limit of 1.5ºC above pre-industrial temperatures by the end of the century – but to achieve that the right decisions have to be made today. Our 12,000 colleagues globally are prepared to help organizations in tackling the energy transition so we can all do our part to deliver. The World Future Energy Summit brings an opportunity to gather and keep moving forward the transformation.”
The World Future Energy Summit, organised by RX Middle East, will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), from 17 – 19 January 2022. The event is hosted by Masdar as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, and will comprise a series of high-profile events addressing current global challenges and the means with which the world can cooperate to build a sustainable future for everyone.