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Why utilities attend Middle East Energy

As the cost for renewable energy and distributed energy resources such as solar PV, storage, electric vehicles, demand management tools, and micro-grids, continues to decline, the utilities sector finds itself at a crossroads. Customers are now demanding more control and information regarding their energy use. On top of that, cybersecurity, employee turnover, climate risk, customer expectations, and risk management are additional risks that are faced by the utilities and regulatory sector. However, above and beyond these factors, regulatory uncertainty is the top challenge faced by the utilities sector. With that kind of uncertainty, it would benefit businesses if they have a guiding hand in understanding new requirements, solutions, and customer needs and how they apply to their specific businesses. 

Middle East Energy helps guide your organisation through all the nuances of these regulatory changes and prepares you for the future. Featuring 800+ exhibitors and participants from over 170 countries, Middle East Energy is the largest gathering of energy solution providers and trade professionals and is truly where the energy world comes together. With electricity demand already on the rise, improving the reliability of the existing power supply while providing cleaner energy solutions is a gap that many face in the sector. So whether you are looking to diversify your energy portfolio through digitalisation and groundbreaking renewable and energy efficiency solutions or trying to identify the best possible energy mix and develop alternative energy sources, Middle East Energy has it all.

Here are some reasons why you should be a part of Middle East Energy 2023:

  • Network with over 800 exhibitors, thought leaders and expert energy professionals from around the world.
  • Discover a variety of energy-efficient solutions that can help increase consumption efficiency of individuals and corporates thereby improving customer service.
  • Sit in on keynote sessions on a variety of trending regulatory topics that help you make sense of where the energy industry is heading.
  • Attend technical sessions which address the risks that businesses are facing and what the future holds for the utility sector.
  • Keep up with the latest trends within the industry from around the world.
  • Be a part of the global energy industry and expose your organisation to new technologies and solutions that are driving the energy industry forward.

So join your industry peers at Middle East Energy 2023 and stay ahead of the competition by educating yourself on the latest energy trends.

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