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Renewable energy deployment is set to see significant acceleration in the coming years as the MENA region prepares for the influx of $35 billion in renewable energy investments per year by 2020. Driven by well-designed auctions, favourable financing conditions and declining technology costs, renewables are being brought into the mainstream.
Based on the renewables targets already in place, the region could save 354 million barrels of oil equivalent (a 23% reduction), reduce the power sector’s carbon dioxide emissions by 22%, and cut water withdrawal in the power sector by 17% by 2030.
Buyers of products & services for renewable projects across MEA and the rest of the world, from industries including:
Agent/Distributor | Supplier | Construction | Government | Municipal Authority | Electrical Power Systems | Public Utilities | Engineering Consultant | Main Contractor | Real Estate | Community Developer | Sub-contractors | Architecture | Engineering | Operations | Oil & Gas | Procurement | Purchasing | Project Management | Quality Assurance
Middle East Electricity and Intersolar, two of the leading energy exhibitions globally, partnered in 2017 to establish an on-going collaboration on co-delivering a solar event at Middle East Electricity.
The new platform will build upon the already strong solar offering, with the aim to deliver a wider range of exhibiting companies for visitors, more international participation and a content platform which best serves industry trends and investment opportunities.