Sunday, January 5, 2014

Event - 7th World Future Energy Summit in 2014

7th World Future Energy Summit will take place on January 20 - 22, 2014, in the National Exhibition Centre, in Abu Dahabi.
 There will be more than 25,000 attendees from 155 countries, 650 exhibitors and 163 high level speakers.

Building on the high profile successes of WFES 2013, the 7th annual gathering of future energy’s world leaders will be home to brilliant minds and inspiring thinkers for three days of expert debate and world class innovation in the heart of Abu Dhabi.

The scale of WFES marks it out as a true global landmark in sustainability. As part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week and hosted by Masdar, WFES 2014 will be co-located with the 2nd International Water Summit (IWS) and the inaugural EcoWaste, an international exhibition dedicated to waste management, recycling and sustainable development in the Middle East and beyond.

Five reasons to attend the 7th World Future Energy Summit in 2014:

1. Network with over 650 exhibiting companies from 40 countries. Attend our new TechTalk stage for discussions and other exciting features on the exhibition floor.

2. Join the Project & Finance Village (P&FV) , a platform for project developers and entrepreneurs to network with solution providers and investors. Read more

3. Visit the Sustainable Living Expo (SLE), a new initiative that promotes sustainability and resource conservation in urban areas. The SLE includes a real-sized home and a model hotel suite and features a dedicated area on clean transportation. Read more

4. Attend the common Opening Ceremony of the World Future Energy Summit and the International Water Summit, part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. (Seats are limited. Priority will be given to pre-registered visitors)

5. Make the most of your time by enrolling in our exclusive Business Matchmaking Program (BMP), which is dedicated to matching your profile and interests with targeted exhibitors.

To register click here.

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