Despite the challenges emerging from the Covid-19 crisis, the renewable energy industry has stood resilient. Cost reduction and sustainability policies have created an interesting investor landscape while also driving growth of renewable, which are set to account for 95% of the net increase in global power capacity through 2025.

Policymakers, businesses, and other organisations have been put under the spotlight and are encouraged to incorporate renewable sources of energy into their long-term plans. A future powered by wind, solar and other sustainable sources of energy improves reliability and resilience, stabilises energy prices, diversifies energy supply, and creates economic development.

From cost-competitive niche technologies in biomass to utility-scale solar, net-zero initiatives and wind deployments, and commercial-range waste-to-energy power generation, renewables are fast emerging as cost-competitive alternatives to conventional energy technologies across the world. The initiatives and plans put forth by the European Union and emerging Asian economies are likely to further the development of renewables across global markets.

At the Middle East Energy’s Renewable and & Clean Energy Pavilion , we act as mediators and brings the global energy community together to provide you access to alternate energy suppliers and manufacturers, so that you can build connections and take your business to the next level.

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