Middle East Energy

Date: 3 - 5 March 2020 Location: Dubai World Trade Centre Website After four and a half decades...
With energy demand in the MENA region set for annual growth of 6.4% through 2022, the sector faces the dual challenge of meeting demand while moving to low-carbon systems
After 44 highly-successful editions, Middle East Electricity has evolved into Middle East Energy in 2020, a strategic move to tap into energy transition.
The Middle East’s energy and utilities sector is undergoing an unprecedented transformation, with the shift towards renewable energy and digital innovation at the heart of ambitious energy diversification programmes.
Meet with Lucy Electric at Middle East Energy exhibition Stand H2.D10, on 3-5 March 2020 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE.
In Gulf countries, abundant resources and enabling frameworks have led to solar prices of below 3 cents per kWh and dispatchable CSP of 7.3 cents per kWh.
Cutting edge innovation and operational excellence strategies are powering the Dubai and Sharjah water and electricity authorities. The initiatives, which read akin to a...
The electricity supply industry and specifically state-owned utilities are not known for their business agility – an organisational must-have to respond rapidly to internal and external changes...
Lucy Electric, a leader in medium voltage, secondary power distribution solutions, will launch the new Aegis 36kV ring main unit (RMU), the latest extension to its popular Aegis range,...
Dubai, UAE : Middle East Electricity (MEE), the region’s leading annual international trade event for the power industry, is undergoing major expansion in 2018 to service the shifting demand...
Date: 7 - 9 March 2019 Location: Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE Hosted by the UAE Ministry of Energy and based in Dubai, Middle East Electricity provides the opportunity to conduct face-to-face...