The world's leading energy exhibition


Middle East Energy is positioned as a global energy event with exhibitors and attendees converging from all over the world. The show remains a priority for energy manufacturers and suppliers looking to showcase new technologies and innovative solutions covering the entire energy value chain.



According to the MENA Power Industry Outlook, the Middle East alone will require USD 55 billion for an additional 43 GW of generating capacity and USD 34 billion for transmission, with much of the funding for development coming from both public and private sector budgets.

Venue

Dubai World Trade Centre

Organizer

Informa Group PLC
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