Nigeria’s leading business and government leaders will take over Middle East Energy Dubai (www.MiddleEast-Energy.com) the 2022 stage to share insights on policies designed to achieve the dual goals of clean and accessible energy in Africa; Middle East Energy 2022 live and live at the Dubai World Trade Center from 7 – 9 March.
Two of Nigeria’s most influential energy sector professionals will outline the country’s renewable energy transition during the industry-shaping Global Energy & Utilities Forum in Dubai Energy Middle East next month.
Held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, and hosted by the UAE Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure, Middle East Energy Dubai, the most reputable and comprehensive energy event in the MENA region, takes place at the Dubai World Trade Center from 7 – March 9th.
The event is expected to attract more than 18,000 energy professionals for a three-day conference featuring five key product sections: Smart Solutions, Renewable and Clean Energy, Critical Power and Reserves, Transmission and Distribution, and Energy Consumption and Management.
With Nigeria’s intention to deploy renewable energy to catalyze energy access for its people, often with off-grid and mini-grid solutions, this approach broadly reflects the needs of many African and Middle Eastern countries, for whom clean energy also means more energy for millions. person.
Taking part in the ‘Empowering the African Continent with Renewable Energy’ panel at Dubai Middle East Energy, the country’s two energy hitters will provide detailed details on the policies and projects shaping Nigeria’s energy transition.
Government official Eng. AD Abubakar, Director of the Renewables & Rural Access Department, Federal Ministry of Power, will be joined by business leader Sowunmi Olabole II, who is an adviser to the Senate Office, National Assembly.
As a major oil exporter, Nigeria expects fossil fuels to remain dominant in its energy mix, and its abundant natural gas to serve as the main transition fuel. Its energy mix will become more diversified as the country attempts to add renewable energy to achieve net zero emissions by 2060. Lower renewable energy costs will open up opportunities for utility-scale and small-scale development.
Azzan Mohammed, Exhibition Director, MEE, added: “Middle East Energy provides Nigerian energy leaders and innovators an excellent place to show how they are transforming their country’s energy sector, while they gather useful information from colleagues and technology leaders around the world. about future generations. solutions and best practices.”
MEE participants will find a range of policy and technological solutions – from utility scale to small-scale renewable energy and distributed energy sources – on display and under discussion. They will enjoy access to high-level strategic panels, technical sessions, roundtable discussions and workshops.
Informa, the event organizer, has confirmed more than 800 global exhibitors will participate in 47th the energy exhibition edition, with marquee brands including Lucy Electric, Cummins, Emirates Transformers, Ducab, Riyadh Cables Group and Bahra Cables Company will showcase solutions and technologies to accelerate the energy transition path.
Other panelists confirmed on the Forum include Stephan GobertSenior Vice President – AMEA Hydrogen, ENGIE; Michael MairoVP of Growth and Development, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Timber; Lina OsmanHead – Sustainable Finance, Africa & MENAP (Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan), Standard Chartered; Sabrin RehmanManaging Director – Head of Sustainability, Middle East & Africa, HSBC; Maximilian JarrettAfrica Program Manager, International Energy Agency; Sowunmi Olabole IISenate Office, National Assembly – Nigeria; Michael GeisslerChief Executive Officer, Berlin Energy Agency; Graham HallettDirector of Development, Marjan Island.
As part of the Forum, the focus of the discussion was on developing a roadmap to decarbonization, insights into future energy systems, green hydrogen opportunities in the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa), funding the energy transition, revival of sustainable finance, empowering the African continent with renewable energy. , future grid, energy efficiency focus and decarbonization industry.
In addition to the Global Energy & Utilities Forum, a series of Technical Sessions will provide valuable knowledge on important topics that dominate headlines in the energy community. World-class technical experts will lead the sessions, sharing industry best practices across the four core pillars of the energy sector, including Digitalization & Smart Grid, Renewable Energy, Green Hydrogen and Energy Storage.
Rounding out this year’s edition of the Middle East Energy conference is the InterSolar Middle East Conference. This year’s focus is on photovoltaic, PV production technology and solar thermal technology. Since its founding, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for global solar industry manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners.
As part of Informa’s commitment to providing the highest levels of hygiene and security, the event will again take place under the protocols introduced through the company’s Informa AllSecure (https://bit.ly/3437JZj) health and safety mandate (https://bit.ly /3CaDDzB). The enhanced measures include 35 guidelines covering all aspects of cleaning and hygiene, social distancing measures, and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), screening and tracking in conjunction with local authorities.
Sponsors include Perkins, Baudouin, Newage Stamford AVK, and Rieloo UPS at this year’s event.
To register for this event, please click on the following link, https://bit.ly/3sgQLjR
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Notes to editors:
Middle East Energy (MEE) enjoys a 47-year legacy as a leading global energy industry event.
Serving the entire spectrum of electrical industry products, from critical and backup power to energy storage and management, year after year, the event attracts a more professional audience seeking products from across sectors, driving cost-effectiveness and efficiency. , and advancing the project.
The EEC has been a key part of the Middle East’s economic expansion, connecting businesses and introducing new products to the region for building infrastructure, real estate and commerce.
MEE is now helping governments, organizations and SMEs to diversify energy generation and supply and build a sustainable future.
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