Abu Dhabi – Mubasher: The World Future Energy Summit, the 14th leading business event for future energy and sustainability, begins a three-day run at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) on 16 January 2023.
The summit will host global energy and sustainable stakeholders anticipating insights and outcomes to speed up global and regional adoption of the circular economy and clean energy, according to a press release on Sunday.
The 2023 Summit will be a powerhouse of inspiration across key sustainability sectors through six exhibitions and five dedicated forums individually addressing today’s vital energy challenges and multi-sectoral impacts. The expos and forums focus on energy, water, EcoWaste, solar, smart cities, climate, and the environment.
Leen Alsebai, Head of World Future Energy Summit, and General Manager of Summit organiser RX Middle East, said: “This Summit more than any other can deliver a seismic shift in global, regional and local energy operations, policies, plans, investments, and overall economic direction.”
Alsebai added: “The latest industry forecasts suggest $60-85 billion needs to be invested across plastic, concrete, cement, metal, and bio-waste value streams over the coming two decades to realise GCC waste management and landfill diversion targets.”
The Forum will host prominent keynotes, case studies, and panel discussions that deep dive into disruptive approaches to create new value from waste, technology for waste management, landfill diversion strategies, waste-to-energy studies, the end of single-use plastics, and improved waste management techniques.
Moreover, it will debut a Green Hydrogen Innovation Hub, which will demo solutions to accelerate green hydrogen adoption in the regional and global energy transition.
Hosted by Masdar, the World Future Energy Summit is part of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, a global platform for accelerating the world’s sustainable development. The event is also held in partnership with ENOWA for the first time ever.