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ADNEC ready to welcome World Future Energy Summit to Abu Dhabi on 14-17 January

Jan 13, 2019

The Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company(ADNEC) has finished preparations as it prepares to host the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) to its halls on 14-17 January.

Serving as a platform where governments, corporations, entrepreneurs and investors can share knowledge and solutions to the world’s growing energy challenges, WFES 2019 expects over 850 exhibitors and representatives from over 170 countries to be taking part in the events scheduled over the four days.

With separate pillars of Energy, Water, EcoWaste, Solar, Green Buildings and Mobility on the agenda at this year’s summit, WFES 2019 will present a variety of topics for discussion through the various platforms it will host, including The Future Sustainability Summit (formerly the WFES Conference), WFES Expo, WFES Forums, CLIX (Climate Innovations Exchange), the Abu Dhabi Sustainable Finance Forum and other WFES hosted events.

On offer for attendees during the event once again will be the Sustainability Business Connect networking platform that provides a variety of targeted opportunities for visitors to make that right connection. With an estimated 10,000 meetings facilitated at WFES 2018, attendees and delegates are encouraged to make use of this service to help plan their meetings ahead of time.

Onsite registration for the event is available at ADNEC Hall 1. Guests who register online at https://www.worldfutureenergysummit.com will be able to also retrieve their accreditations at ADNEC Hall 1, where ushers will help them navigate the Fast Track/E-Badge terminals.

WFES is a part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), the largest sustainability gathering in the Middle East. Hosted by Masdar and principal partner Abu Dhabi Department of Energy, ADSW’s goal is to further the understanding of the world to the social, economic and environmental trends shaping sustainable development and to aid in developing viable strategies to mitigate climate change. ADSW examines relationships between economic development, poverty eradication, energy security, water scarcity and climate change as part of a global energy challenge that cannot be overlooked.

Visitors will be able to keep track of speakers, programmes, exhibitor information and stands through an interactive floor plan available on the ADSW Mobile App, which is available at the Apple Store and through Google Play. Visitors will also be able to personalise their schedules through the event through the Mobile App.