WETEX 2017 has a unique platform for green solutions and technologies

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), the organiser of the Water, Energy and Environment Technology Exhibition (WETEX) 2017, has announced that there will be a large turnout of public and private institutions providing environmental solutions and green technologies at the 19th WETEX, which will take place from 23-25 October at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. WETEX is held under the directives of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and President of DEWA. The exhibition will coincide with the second Dubai Solar Show, under the umbrella of the fourth Green Week.

The exhibition provides a unique platform for businessmen, investors, government decision-makers, consumers, and business partners interested in the public and private sectors. It focuses on promoting innovative green solutions and technologies in water, clean and renewable energy, environment, oil and gas, and environmental sustainability.

“The exhibition adheres to the vision of our wise leadership to present the nation's efforts in environmental conservation and to enhance partnerships with the private sector. WETEX focuses on a variety of activities related to energy conservation, water, environmental protection, waste management, green buildings, and cutting-edge solutions to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. It is also a unique opportunity for investors to build business relationships, enhance business opportunities, and meet with leading companies and decision-makers from different countries around the world within a single platform,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA and Founder and Chairman of WETEX.

“The exhibition is also a meeting point for specialists, experts, solution providers, and investors, as well as decision makers and consumers from the public and private sectors. The meeting of this large number of decision-makers and investors over a period of three days, makes investment opportunities in green technologies much more attractive,” added Al Tayer.

"The UAE is recording a growing demand for green technology solutions. This is due to the modernisation of laws and the introduction of new standards for electrical appliances, and highlighting the advantages of these technologies, such as reducing operational costs and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The exhibition promotes the adoption of green technologies and solutions and supports the Government of Dubai’s approach to raising awareness about the importance of using green technologies and solutions,” concluded Al Tayer.

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