World Future Energy Summit 2018
15-18 January 2018
Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre
The World Future Energy Summit is the leading event worldwide that connects hundreds of international suppliers, decision makers and thought leaders across the entire renewable energy industry. Network, do business and gain insights into the latest industry trends and advancements in dedicated energy sectors in one place over four fully packed business days.
The annual World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is the foremost global platform dedicated to advancing renewable energy and clean technology. Located in Abu Dhabi, WFES is a business-first exhibition for project developers, distributors, innovators, investors and purchasers from across the globe to come together and discover new solutions to the world’s growing energy challenges. The WFES Innovation Partner, Japan, was showcasing its forward-thinking approach to technology at the event.
WFES will also hold its annual conference, which sees international government and business experts come together to discuss critical global and regional sustainability issues.
Part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, WFES welcomed more than 33,000 attendees from 170 countries in 2018, and facilitated the meetings between 850 exhibiting companies and registered buyers, enabling new partnerships and business opportunities. More than USD 15 billion worth of projects and funding was announced at the WFES.
Energy Efficiency in Buildings Forum
With strong focus on retrofitting of buildings, the new forum demonstrates how a stronger alliance between engineering and design at the architectural stage can improve sustainability outcomes and minimize costly changes overtime.
The Conference: Driving the Global Energy Transformation
Placing you at the heart of the conversation, the conference 2018 offered you a well-balanced mix of expert talks, panel sessions and business breakfasts covering burning issues and key trends in the renewable energy sector, such as the future of energy and transport in urban environments, digitalisation and technology disruption. Also concrete project plans and strategies around renewables in Saudi Arabia and the African continent were discussed.