Over 715 firms to attend wetex
Dubai, March 7, 2011
More than 715 organizations from 25 countries will take part in the 13th edition of Water, Energy, & Environment Exhibition (Wetex 2011) which opens today.
Wetex, an important regional resourcing platform for national and international companies to access wide range of latest technology and management solutions, isbeing organised by Dubai Electricty and Water Authority (Dewa).
“The exhibition will tackle for three days important issues related to the rapid developments and challenges witnessed by the sectors of electricity, water and environment as well as exploring the best solutions and practices to face such challenges,' said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dewa and chairman of the Wetex organizing committee.
Moreover, the exhibition will discuss the 'Green Technology' that can contribute to mitigating the consequences of global warming,' he added.
Within this context, SmarTech Exhibition, which is regarded as the first gathering of its kind in the region, will be also held during the three-day event at Zabeel Hall and Halls 1 and 2 in Dubai International Convention Centre.
SmarTech aims to promote communications between business sector and customers through showcasing technologies which can provide energy supporting the concept of products and eco-friendly services,” said Al Tayer
Event organisers Dewa will have a big pavilion in addition to its “Green Buildings” pavilion compatible with environment which will host various activities to enhance awareness of the importance of conserving natural resources.
The Dubai Global Energy Forum (DGEF), which will be held from April 17 to 19, will put up a good show at the expo with its own pavilion, for the first time.
This is a good opportunity for the DGEF to be introduced as a platform to exchange expertise and the best practices concerning energy demand management and its diversification to include a peaceful nuclear technology, clean coal and the challenges that the energy sector faces as well as the opportunities for a sustainable future.
The entry to the exhibition will be free based on Dewa’s decision to allow the audiences to be accustomed with the latest topics, concepts and technologies.
Some of these topics will include conservation of electricity and water so as to protect the resources of Dubai, said Al Tayer.-TradeArabia News Service
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