Empower participates in the World Future Energy Summit 2020

By District Energy posted 01-13-2020 11:23

  

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Empower has announced its participation in the 13th edition of the World Future Energy Summit 2020, the world's largest annual conference on renewable and future energy solutions. The summit is being held from 13 to 16 January at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).

The World Future Energy Summit 2020 is a global industry platform that brings together senior government and business leaders, policy makers, producers, investors, financiers, innovators, and buyers of sustainable solutions. Ideas that can lead to a wave of change in the clean and renewable energy sector, are fostered and born through the collaboration of such great minds at these summits. Empower has asserted that its participation in the Summit falls in line with its endeavors to shed light upon its most distinguished achievements in the field of energy, clean technology and on the efficient methodologies in the district cooling services sector.

It is anticipated that the summit will witness a participation of 33,500 visitors from 170 countries around the globe coupled with more than 200 professionals and enthusiastic buyers, who manage regional projects and look for the latest technologies and innovations for their projects. Empower has indicated that its platform at the summit is located within the pavilion of Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA). It will provide an opportunity to those who are interested in the district cooling services sector to take a closer look at its wide range of projects and services.

Empower CEO Ahmad bin Shafar said: “We have always been keen to be present at various local and international events, especially the World Future Energy Summit, as it is the world's largest platform for governments, businesses decision makers, investors and businessmen who are eager to discover the latest sustainability solutions and the relevant technologies.


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