Algeria’s Bold New Renewable Energy Agenda to Power Collaborations in MENA, Says Middle East Organizer Energy Dubai

Middle East Energy Dubai

Algerian energy planners and innovators will find a unique opportunity to showcase their work in transitioning to renewable energy; Middle East Energy (www.MiddleEast-Energy.com) 2022 live and in-person will take place at the Dubai World Trade Center from March 7-9.

According to Azzan Mohammed, director of next Middle East Energy Dubai’s exhibition of the month.

Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Governor of Dubai, and hosted by the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Middle East Energy Dubai, the energy event the most renowned and comprehensive in the MENA region, takes place at the Dubai World Trade Center from March 7 to 9.

The event is expected to attract over 18,000 energy professionals for a three-day conference featuring five key product sections: Smart Solutions, Renewable&Clean Energy, Critical&Backup Power, Transmission&Distribution, and Energy Consumption&Management.

The return of Middle East Energy Dubai live and in person comes at a good time for Algeria, which is striving to reach 30% of electricity generation from renewables by 2030 and generate 25 GW of electricity from green and blue hydrogen by 2050 – a milestone for a country whose oil and gas export success provides more than 90% of its external revenue and 60% of its national budget.

“The start of the major shift in renewable energies in Algeria took place in three stages: with regulatory reform, the creation of the new energy transition ministry METRE and the new renewable energy company SHAEMS. These developments have laid the foundation for rich collaborations at the national and private levels for Algerian energy leaders and entrepreneurs in terms of sustainable policies and technologies to deploy in its abundant renewable energy resources,” said Mohammed.

While Algerian utility leader Sonelgaz is set to attend the show as a VIP buyer, a testament to the country’s renewed commitment to building a renewable energy ecosystem, the comprehensive product portfolio and Middle East Energy Dubai’s knowledge-sharing platforms will open up important perspectives on conservation strategies and the development of hydrogen sectors.

And with the event also hosting industry-defining technical sessions at the Global Energy & Utilities Forum and the InterSolar Middle East conference, bringing together global expertise will provide new insights for small and medium-sized business innovators who are now finding opportunities in Algeria’s evolving energy sector.

Mohammed added: “Our unique event platform offers Algerian energy professionals and innovators the perfect place to showcase how they are transforming their country’s energy sector, while gathering valuable insights on next-generation solutions and best practices from MENA colleagues and technology leaders around the world. ”

MEE attendees will find a wide range of policy and technology solutions – from small-scale renewables to distributed energy resources – on display and being discussed. They will have access to high-level strategic panels, technical sessions, round tables and workshops.

Informa, the organizers of the event, have confirmed that more than 500 global exhibitors will attend the 47and edition of the Energy Showcase, with renowned brands such as Lucy Electric, Cummins, Emirates Transformers, Ducab, Riyadh Cables Group and Bahra Cables Company showcasing a range of solutions and technologies to accelerate the energy transition.

Other confirmed panelists at the Forum include Stephan GobertSenior Vice President – ​​Hydrogen AMEA, ENGIE; Michael MaierVP Growth and Development, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Wood; Lina OsmanHead – Sustainable Finance, Africa&MENAP, Standard Chartered; Sabrine RehmanManaging Director – Head of Sustainability, Middle East and Africa, HSBC; Maximilian JarrettHead of Africa Program, International Energy Agency; Sowunmi Olabole IIOffice of the Senate, National Assembly – Nigeria; Michael GeisslerManaging Director, Berlin Energy Agency; Graham HalletteDevelopment Manager, Island of Marjan.

Within the framework of the Forum, the exchanges will focus on the development of a roadmap towards decarbonization, an insight into the energy systems of the future, the opportunities for green hydrogen in the MENA region, the financing of the energy transition , the rise of sustainable finance, powering the African continent with renewable energies, networks of the future, focusing on energy efficiency and decarbonizing industries.

In addition to the Global Forum on Energy and Utilities, a series of technical sessions will provide valuable insight into critical topics that are making headlines within the energy community. World-class technical experts will lead sessions, sharing industry best practices on four fundamental pillars of the energy sector, including digitalization and smart grids, renewable energy, green hydrogen and energy storage. ‘energy.

The InterSolar Middle East conference, which this year focuses on photovoltaics, photovoltaic generation technologies and solar thermal technologies, complements the Middle East Energy Dubai conferences. Since its inception, this annual conference at Middle East Energy has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners in the global solar industry.

As part of Informa’s commitment to providing the highest levels of hygiene and safety, the event will again be conducted under protocols introduced through the Informa AllSecure Health and Safety Mandate (https:// bit.ly/35HbC6o) of the company (https://bit .ly/35yKBSN). The enhanced measures include 35 guidelines covering all aspects of cleaning and hygiene, social distancing measures and the use of PPE, testing and track and trace in collaboration with local authorities.

Sponsors include Perkins, Baudouin, Newage Stamford AVK and Rieloo UPS at this year’s event.

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Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Middle East Energy Dubai.

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About Middle East Energy (MEE):
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MEE has played a vital role in the economic expansion of the Middle East, connecting businesses and introducing new products to the region to build infrastructure, real estate and commerce.

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