Middle East Electricity and Solar Middle East Show Kicks Off in February

The 3 day event is largest international trade event for the power industry.


The Middle East Electricity and Solar Middle East Show, which is hosted by the UAE Ministry of Energy will take place from February 14 (Tuesday), to February 16 (Thursday) at the Dubai World Trade Center, UAE. The 3 day event is considered as the largest international trade event for the power industry, as it covers the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, as well as the renewable and nuclear energy sectors and the lighting industry.

According to their website, the exhibition “provides the ideal platform for international companies and decision makers from across the Middle East, North Africa and the rest of the world to conduct business, network and learn about the industry’s latest innovations.”

This 3-day event is hosted by the UAE Ministry of Energy and is so-located with the world’s largest power event, Middle East Electricity, Solar Middle East is MENA’s leading trade focused event for the solar industry.

Visitors will be able to meet different leading international suppliers as there are numerous leading solar product manufacturers who will be exhibiting their different products in this event. The visitors can also expect to meet the speakers and understand more about the topics for this 2017’s conferences: “Energising the Smart City”, and the 2nd Annual “The Solar Agenda”.

Source: Informa Exhibitions

Energising the Smart City

This conference is in association with Dubai Municipality and the Environmental Centre for Arab Towns (ECAT). This is a high-level conference by Middle East Electricity that will feature discussions on how to provide innovative energy solutions to modern cities. This topic will is scheduled on the 15th of February.

The Solar Agenda

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This is MEE & Solar Middle East’s 2nd annual ‘Solar Agenda’. This is a one day conference, wherein this year, will focus on all the aspects of financing solar projects in the Middle East.

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Middle East Electricity and Solar Middle East Show Kicks Off in February

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