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MENA Energy Meet Virtual Expo & Summit

Einleitung

Beginn: 02.11.2020
Ende: 03.11.2020
Ort: Online
Anwendungsfeld/ Technologie: Energieerzeugung, Solarenergie, Bioenergie, Energieinfrastruktur, Energiespeicher, Gebäudeeffizienz, Industrie- und Gewerbeeffizienz, Windenergie
Zielmarkt: Ägypten, Algerien, Irak, Iran, Jemen, Jordanien, Katar, Kuwait, Libanon, Libyen/Libysch-Arabische Dschamahirija, Marokko, Saudi-Arabien, Syrien
Zielregion: MENA-Region

MENA Energy Meet is a virtual meeting place for global and regional energy stakeholders, C-level executives, leading industry experts, decision makers, policy makers and government officials from across the value chain to engage in dialogue, discuss current challenges and business opportunities, develop market strategies, share their knowledge, deliberate approaches and identify solutions aimed at shaping the future of the energy sector.

Aligning itself with the new goals of the energy industry as it experiences rapid changes, the Meet will feature two days of expansive line-up of sessions, discussions, insightful presentations and networking opportunities, along with a B2B expo showcasing an array of products, services, and technologies.

The Event is offering participants and attendees a platform encompassing a diversified energy mix and all facets of the energy industry across Oil & Gas (upstream, midstream and downstream) Renewables, Power, Utilities and more.

The Meet will give prominence on growth resurgence post COVID-19 combined with enabling the energy transition and transformation along with outlooks beyond the current crises and analysis into the implications for the energy sector in the coming year.

Please click here to register and to download the agenda.

Die Veranstaltung wird zusätzlich zu den Terminen der Exportinitiative Energie aufgeführt, da sie einen thematischen Bezug zu Erneuerbare-Energien-Technologien und Auslandsmärkten aufweist. Die Aufnahme in den Kalender stellt keine Empfehlung durch das BMWi dar.

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