The transition to a greener planet powered by renewable energy is now truly underway. Governments, companies and individuals are committing to using cleaner forms of energy to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change.
Falling technology costs and stronger government policies, accelerated by the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, have resulted in renewable energy overtaking conventional fossil fuel as the power generation source of choice. The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is playing a key role in driving down the cost of renewables, with the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt all setting world record tariffs for clean energy projects since 2015.
MENA countries have launched some of the most ambitious renewable energy programmes in the world. Saudi Arabia is planning to develop 58.7GW of renewables by 2030, Morocco targeting 52 per cent of its energy to come from clean energy in this period and Egypt aiming for 42 per cent clean energy by 2035.
Middle East Energy will be at the forefront of this shift ready to power up the clean energy future across MENA and will guide you through the energy transition, connecting you with decision makers, buyers and sellers from across the globe.