Middle East Energy: Energy transition remains key focus
Speakers at the 48th Middle East Energy are expected to chart a way forward on adoption of new technologies that will lead to energy transition in the region.
The exhibition organised by Informa Markets is expected to link buyers and sellers from across different countries to explore the latest advancements in energy products and solutions.
According to Middle East Energy Exhibition Manager Ade Yesufu discussions on energy transition will involve smart solutions, renewable and clean energy, backup henerators and critical power, transmission and distribution, and energy consumption and management.
“Over the years, Middle East Energy has supported the global energy community to find solutions that empower the rapid acceleration of electricity consumption across the Middle East and other parts of the world. This year, the aim is to advance the conversations in light of the current global reality and changes in the energy industry,” said Yesuf.
More than 800 exhibiting companies from 170 countries and a 20,000 global audience, participants are expected to converge in Dubai, UAE during the event slated for March.
"This event also brings together the highest level of decision-makers and international partners to connect and discover innovative products and solutions that can deliver cleaner energy and supply sustainable power," added Yesuf.
Participants who include representatives from Kenya’s KenGen, KETRACO and EPRA are expected explore insights on the future of alternative energy solutions that will help in delivering more efficient and effective power systems.