Now in its 13th year, POWER-GEN Middle East is renowned for delivering
a world-class quality programme with a focus on practical and technical
solutions presided over by a 60+ strong committee of industry experts on the
POWER-GEN Middle East Advisory Board.
Te upcoming POWER-GEN Middle East conference and exhibition is honoured to have
received Patronage from H.E. Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy, United Arab
Emirates. Te event will bring together regional and international power sector leaders from the
Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region as well as other countries around the globe to design
and implement the course of power and electricity for 2015 and beyond.
Under the theme “Sharing Technology Innovation”, POWER-GEN Middle East will address key
issues afecting the region’s electricity market and provide pioneering and practical solutions to
expand energy efciency, technological excellence and implementation of smart solutions tailored to
Middle East’s power industry. Attendees will have the choice of 19 strategic and technical
Conference Sessions as well as two brand new event components on the
exhibition foor- a dedicated Exhibitor Presentation Teatre
featuring live exhibitor demonstrations plus a new Business
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to make crucial
contacts with senior decision makers as 3,000 industry
professionals convene from over 70 diferent countries
for this truly international power forum.
ABU DHABI -
A MAJOR ENERGY HUB
Te 13th annual POWER-GEN Middle
East conference and exhibition returns
to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, a
reowned global energy hub.
l;In the GCC, power generating capacity will need to
rise by an estimated 64 GW to 176.5 GW by 2020
requiring an investment of $40-45 billion.
l;Power industry experts are debating about how GCC
countries can meet the estimated 6 to 10 per cent annual surge
in demand for power, which is around 8 GW of additional capacity.
GCC countries are projected to invest more than $300 billion in some 20
energy projects by 2020
l;Electricity demand in the MENA countries is set to grow at an average annual rate of 7
per cent per year, So far, 75 GW of renewable energy projects worth $200 billion are
alreadyinthepipeline, makingtheregionaglobalpowerplayerinthesector. Tesurge i n
investment is attributed to the growing energy consumption in the Middle East, t h e
highest in the world next to Asian countries
l;Te MENA region falls into the category of ‘physical water scarcity’ with with with
water supplies depleting at one of the quickest rates in the world, creating c r e a t i n g
requirements for increased desalination capacity.
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