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  • Tue
    12:30 pmDubai World Trade Centre - Sheikh Saaed Hall


    This Green Team Workshop is to foster dialogue between all schools currently part of the Green Team Programme, part of the CEBC Schools Programme. These schools can share experiences and deliver the green knowledge, with the support of Green Mentors driving  this unique programme.

    The workshop will take place at GESS Dubai. GESS Dubai is the largest education event not just in the UAE, but across the entire Middle East. It’s the only event that brings together all levels of educationalists together, in one place. You can learn more at http://www.gessdubai.com/, or view the full conference agenda at http://www.gessdubai.com/innovation-stage.

    This event is free to attend.

  • Mon
    9:00AM - 5.30PMShangri La Hotel, Dubai

    Click here to visit our dedicated summit website. 

    The Annual MENA Clean Energy Summit kicks off on 5 March 2018 at the Shangri La Hotel in Dubai.
    Network with leading global industry players including senior officials, government representatives and decision makers from the private sector. Join developers, EPCs, suppliers, investors and financiers and meet potential customers, clients and partners to expand your business.
    In its sixth successful year, stakeholders from across the value chain come together to facilitate renewable energy projects and promote dialogue to drive the policy and regulatory frameworks necessary to advance clean energy in MENA.
    Hear the experts from organisations paving the way for renewable energy adoption across MENA:
    • Saudi Electricity Company
    • Kuwait Ministry of Electricity & Water
    • ACWA Power
    • Dentons
    • First Solar
    • Egyptian Ministry of Renewable Energy & Electricity
    • Dubai Supreme Council of Energy
    • Bloomberg New Energy Finance
    • AECOM
    • EDF
    • FAS Energy and many more



  • Tue
    Dubai World Trade Centre

    Middle East Electricity is the region’s leading international trade event for the power industry, with dedicated product sectors for power generation, transmission & distribution, lighting, solar and brand new in 2018 – Energy Storage & Management Solutions.

    Co-located with the Global Smart Energy Summit, it will be held from 6-8 March 2018 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

  • Tue
    Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa, Kuwait City


    In recent years, renewable energy has moved onto the developmental agenda in Kuwait, as there is a need for diversification of energy resources, climate change concerns and greater public awareness.

    Green energy development in Kuwait is strengthened by widespread availability of solar and wind resources and tumbling costs of alternative energy systems. The country has one of the world’s highest per capita consumption of energy which is growing with each passing year. Kuwait has a new renewable energy program under Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR) and Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP), with the aim to generate 2GW renewable energy by 2030 which brings increasing potential in renewable energy sector and also various challenges to overcome.

    Kuwait Sustainable Energy and Technology Summit, scheduled to be held on 3 – 4 April 2018, in Kuwait City aims to bring together various stakeholders like ministries, research institutions and industry specialists to focus on sharing the current market trends, technological advancements and future challenges in renewable energy and sustainable development.

    For more information, please visit the website for the event.

    Contact: salil@wpsummits.com
    Tel no: +968 24788476

  • Tue
    9:00 amThe Rosewood, Abu Dhabi

    Protecting the environment is a global priority and it is as urgent in the Middle East and North Africa region as it is anywhere else in the world. Dramatic economic growth has at times been detrimental to the fragile natural environment. There is a rising call for a change in mindset, advancing the notion that the economy and the environment go hand in hand.

    This event will convene senior government officials, business leaders, policymakers, scientists, academics, and investors, to offer them concrete strategies and ideas to help them to prepare for the future, and scale up their efforts towards ensuring sustainability. How can regional policymakers apply lessons learnt across the globe to their country's sustainability plans? What must business leaders do to scale up action from responsibility to leadership? What role does the financial industry have to play in encouraging green investment? What research is needed to stimulate eco-innovation, and how can scientific evidence and models facilitate better decision making? We will be discussing these topics and many more during the forum.

    Confirmed speakers include:

    • Dr. Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, minister of climate change and the environment, UAE
    • Dr. Khaled Mohamed Fahmy Abdel Aal, minister of the environment, Egypt
    • Dr. Mohamed Mubarak Bin Daina, chief executive, Supreme Council for the Environment, Bahrain
    • Dr. Vladimir Ryabinin, executive secretary, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
    • Dame Polly Courtice, director, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
    • Badr Jafar, chief executive officer, Crescent Enterprises
    • Sean Kidney, founder, Climate Bonds Initiative
    • Mark Campanale, founder, Carbon Tracker
    • Michael Tran, director of Global Energy Strategy, RBC

    Join 350+ industry leaders and policymakers who are at the forefront of the sustainability agenda across the world. Have your say discussing the challenges and opportunities in the global effort to protect the environment, ensuring that business has a part in it too.

    Join us and you will;

    • Network with business leaders, policymakers, scientists, academics, and investors
    • Share strategies and ideas on how to become more sustainable
    • Review international policies and how they can be implemented within the region
    • Discuss the role of the finance industry in encouraging the adoption of climate finance and of environmental impact investing

    Click here to view agenda

  • Tue
    Hyatt Regency, Dubai

    With vast stretches of desert, windy coastlines and some of the highest solar radiation levels in the world, the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) is a natural home for renewable energy. In the last decade, the MENA region has started to harness the abundant natural energy resources that it has in plentiful supply – namely, solar power – but also, more recently, it has looked to take advantage of the power of the wind. To augment this movement to “New Energy”, MENA New Energy (formerly known as MENASol) was created to facilitate the discussions between Governments looking to add renewable energy to their country’s grid and Developers who would build out each project.

    MENA New Energy 2018 will be held from the 24th to 25th of April 2018 at the Hyatt Regency, Dubai.

  • Mon
    Oman Convention Centre, Muscat, Oman

    Demand for power in Oman is expected to grow by almost 10 per cent per year until 2019, while the Sultanate’s annual growth rate for desalinated water will be 13 per cent by 2021.

    While the Sultanate of has could use petro-dollars to accelerate robust development of its economy over recent years, its economic progress is now poised to outdo its resources, posing complex questions about how best to diversify its energy mix, while ensuring energy security. There is no doubt Oman faces major energy challenges in the coming decades as conventional fossil fuel resources decrease and its young population continues to grow rapidly.

    These challenges leave the economy grappling about the long-term viability of the economy and the best energy sources and strategies to meet its needs and drive economic growth. Should Oman follow clean coal, renewable resources? How important is research and development and utilizing new technologies and solutions, analyzing the effects of frittering subsidies?

    Now in its second successful year, Oman Energy & Water Conference has continued to build a great reputation as an important meeting place for energy and water professionals from government, regulators and businesses across the Sultanate who are making differences in the world of water and energy. The conference will bring together energy and water industry professionals tasked with managing and generating energy and building resilience and sustainability into their businesses.

    Join leading managers, engineers, researchers, government agencies/utilities, industry representatives, and other top experts from across the region to network and exchange the latest findings and case studies on the water-energy nexus. You will find Oman Energy & Water Conference to be an invaluable source of the latest business intelligence and technical knowledge, whether obtained from our expert speakers or in one-to-one meetings with your peers from around the world at the exhibition.

    Oman Energy & Water Conference will provide comprehensive information on industry hot topics and opportunities for energy and resource recovery in our modern changing world. The technical program is structured to benefit all attendees, offering valuable learning opportunities to both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the field. The conference will emphasize putting ideas into action – moving forward on policy and practice.

    It is designed to challenge thinking and spur creativity. Attendees will take away new ideas, new relationships, and increased motivation to contribute to addressing these integrated challenges in new ways.

    Click here to download the event brochure.