Over the past 22 years, the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) and Dubai Solar Energy have contributed to enhancing cooperation and integration between the government and private sectors at the local and global levels.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, founder and president of WETEX and Dubai Solar Energy, pointed out that the exhibition’s partners from the government and private sectors are radically contributing to the consolidation of the exhibition’s position on the map of exhibitions specialized in the fields of water, electricity, energy, environment, and oil. Gas, green buildings and environmental sustainability globally. Al Tayer stressed that the exhibition’s success in attracting international companies from both sectors made it the largest of its kind in the region. He continued: “The private sector provides a great impetus for green investments and supports the efforts of the government sector in this field.”
He added: “YETEX and Dubai Solar Energy support the fourth principle of the eight principles of governance and government in Dubai announced by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, may God protect him. which states that: Dubai’s growth is driven by three drivers; A credible, flexible and distinguished government, an active, fair and open private sector, and a semi-governmental sector that competes globally and drives the economy locally. The exhibition works to establish complementary partnerships with the private sector, which is our partner in development and building the societies of tomorrow.”
For his part, Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of Emirates National Oil Group (ENOC), said: “Based on our role as a leading national group in the energy sector, and in line with the vision of the wise leadership in promoting sustainable development in the UAE, we at ENOC Group are keen to participate annually in the exhibition. WETEX, as it represents an important regional and international platform that sheds light on the challenges facing this sector.”
He added: “With our participation in Expo 2020 Dubai as an integrated energy partner, our contribution to the WETEX tournament, which will be part of this major global event, confirms the motto of our pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, “Inspiration from Energy”.
Helmut von Struve, CEO of Siemens in the UAE and the Middle East, said: “Over the past two decades, WETEX has become one of the world’s leading events in the water, energy and technology sectors. Discuss the latest innovations in these sectors and learn from our partners.”
Mohammed bin Abdullah Abunayan, Chairman of ACWA Power, said: “We are pleased to continue our participation and strategic role in one of the most prominent global water, environment and energy exhibitions organized by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority. We are also proud of our solid partnership with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority in developing and operating major projects that contribute to supporting the comprehensive energy strategy in the Emirate of Dubai, which enhances its position as a global center for the green economy, as well as contributing to supporting Dubai’s ambitious Clean Energy Strategy 2050 aimed at increasing its share of renewable energy. to 75% by 2050; This confirms that the close partnership between ACWA Power and Dubai Electricity and Water is a global model for successful partnerships between the public and private sectors.”
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Dr. Mustafa Al Jaziri, CEO of Hitachi ABB Power Grids for the Arabian Gulf, Near East and Pakistan region, said: “The current edition of WETEX comes at a crucial time for companies anticipating a boom in post-crisis economic growth.
The presence of this year’s exhibition is also evidence of the UAE’s firm determination to overcome the crisis and return to normalcy, in preparation for business and economic growth.”
Mohamed Jamil Al Ramahi, CEO of the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar), said: “The WETEX and Dubai Solar Shows, which are being held this year, constitute an important platform for Masdar to showcase the extent to which advanced technologies and efficiency in manufacturing support efforts to provide renewable energy and deliver it to all at affordable prices. As a sponsor of the 23rd edition of WETEX 2021, Masdar is proud to support the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority; The organizer of this event affirms its commitment to contribute to achieving the UAE’s ambitious clean energy goals.
Eng. Jamal Salem Al Dhaheri, Chairman of the Ducab Group, said: “The UAE’s tireless efforts to diversify energy sources have yielded amazing achievements within the renewable energy system, especially in terms of industrial innovation, which contributed to enhancing the value provided by the system. Today we are generating energy rather than consuming it, and visitors to WETEX and Dubai Solar, as well as Expo 2020 Dubai, will be able to see for themselves the progress made and gain insight into what the future holds for us.”
Gavin van Tonder, CEO of NEOM Water, said: “We are delighted to be present at WETEX, with the most innovative companies and organizations in the region. Water is the most vital resource in the world, and it is no secret that the Middle East and North Africa region is highly dependent on desalination.
So we must work together so that we can meet the water needs of our region and the rest of the world and also address the increasing risks of climate change. At NEOM, we are committed to harnessing the best expertise, the latest technologies and innovations to recycle 100% of water, create an interconnected smart water infrastructure, and invest in innovative water solutions for the benefit of the entire world.”
Ahmed Al-Haddad, Executive Director of Operations in Business Parks and Free Zones, DP World, UAE Region, said: “Sustainability and technological progress are among the mainstays of DP World, UAE Region, and our efforts in this area are in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, which aims to contribute to the UAE’s Green Agenda 2030 and the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050, through continuous work to improve energy efficiency and rely more on renewable energy sources.
Mohamed Moheisen, President and CEO of Honeywell Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and Central Asia, said: “We would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to contribute to Dubai becoming the smartest and most energy efficient city, by working with all our customers to achieve the goals set in the plans. government sustainability. We are proud to partner and cooperate with DEWA in the next phase of the Smart Energy Initiative, by utilizing our related technologies, in addition to focusing on promoting smarter use of electricity across the UAE.”
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