The Middle East Electricity exhibition, which is held in Dubai on 6-8 March 2018, is the largest international trade and exhibition event in the energy industry.
It integrates such areas as power generation, transmission and distribution, including renewable and nuclear energy, as well as the lighting industry.
The organizers of the Middle East Electricity exhibition set the goal to pay more attention to the energy industry. The project of Smart Cities will become the main topic of the exhibition. Within the framework of the exhibition an innovation zone will be organized, consultations with specialists will be held, a thematic conference will be held and much more.
In addition, the organizers of the exhibition offer to take part in professional technical seminars. Free seminars will be held by exhibitors, which will give visitors a unique opportunity to learn about new products and services in the market and to become familiar with the latest trends.
Conducted with the support of the municipality of Dubai and the environmental center of Arab cities, the exhibition will attract contractors and consultants from around the region to discuss technologies that are created to bring energy to a new level.
The exhibition attracts participants from all over the world by covering all aspects of electricity production, thereby giving them great opportunities to enter the highly lucrative Middle East market. Thus, participation in MEE, the largest electricity exhibition in the Middle East, will allow you to establish new business contacts, support customers, establish presence in the new market, monitor the activities of your competitors, sell your products and services, find a local agent, and it is profitable to use the Middle East campaign aimed at the markets of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and Qatar, as well as Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and the CIS countries.
Visitors of the exhibition can freely participate in an extensive program of seminars, during which companies-exhibitors have the opportunity to present their services and products to a wide range of professionals.
The UAE government has made great efforts to create the first energy strategy for the next 30 years, which brought together all energy sectors in the country.
The UAE energy plan for the next three decades includes the use of different energy sources – renewable, nuclear power and organic energy.
It is planned that by 2050, 44% of the energy in the UAE will be provided by sources of “clean” energy, 38% – gas, 12% – charcoal and 6% – nuclear power.