A Flourishing Kick Off for World Future Energy Summit 2014

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The world’s primary event dedicated to renewable energies, energy efficiency and clean A Flourishing Kick Off for World Future Energy Summit 2014technologies, World Future Energy Summit 2014 (WFES 2014) had a successful kick-off last January 20 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition and Convention Center (ADNEC).
Commenced by General Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the 7th edition of WFES will run until January 22.
Organised by Masdar, This year’s theme of the event is “Powering the Future of Energy Innovation” of which WFES serves as a best platform and offers important opportunity for governments, private firms and policy makers to discuss necessary measures that stimulate industrial growth in the Middle East and boost the efficiency of products within the energy sector.
One of the Platinum Sponsor of the exhibition is Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) who received strong crowd visit from the guests, visitors and co-exhibitor. They all expressed their esteem of DEWA’s success in the fields of sustainability and renewable energy. Official delegates and decision-makers discussed ways of collaboration with DEWA to execute future projects in the areas of energy, water, environment, sustainability, and renewable energy to further boost the clean energy sector in the UAE.
Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (QCC) pavilion at WFES showcases products that have received the Trustmark for Environmental Performance and conform to the specifications and requirements set by the regulatory authorities in the emirate. The company aims to develop safety and quality of products while ensuring Abu Dhabi’s conformance to international standards.
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) participates the WFES panel discussion entitled “Nuclear energy — a role to play in a sustainable energy future where a discussion on how global opinion about nuclear energy is evolving and if nuclear energy is resuming its place as a key electricity generation technology supporting the transition to a low carbon future.
Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad) on the other hand exhibits under the International Water Summit sector to discuss priority issues and safeguard the country’s natural resources for generations to come and the growing demand for water in arid regions and the need for sustainable solutions, global collaboration and innovations to tackle such challenge.
The event, hosted alongside the International Water Summit (IWS) and the inaugural edition of EcoWASTE 2014, has drawn more than 30,000 visitors this year.