Wetex to see 1,500 firms from 40 countries
Dubai, December 30, 2013
More than 1,500 exhibitors from 40 countries have signed up to participate in the upcoming 16th edition of Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (Wetex) in Dubai.
Themed ‘At the forefront of sustainability’, Wetex 2014 will run from April 14 to 16 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The event has registered a 9.33 per cent increase in number of exhibiting companies and nearly 20 per cent increase in number of participating counties until date.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and CEO of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) said: “Wetex has established outreach in many countries around the world, and due to the growing international interest from energy, water, oil and gas and the environment sectors, the exhibition is attracting an increasing number of companies and international organizations engaged in these vital sectors more than previous editions.”
“The UAE is playing a leading role globally in establishing new principles in accelerating the pace towards green economy and environment sustainability. Moreover, Wetex 2014 is an ideal venue to discuss roadmaps to reach a sustainable future and achieve green economy.”
The exhibition will coincide with “World Green Economy Summit”, which will be held in the UAE in collaboration with Dubai Green Economy Partnership under the theme “Global Partnerships, Sustainable Future”, where Dewa supervises its organization under the umbrella of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy.
The summit will attract wide participation of national pavilions which will showcase latest solutions and technologies relevant to energy, water, oil and gas and environment.
Wetex 2014 has also attracted wide participation from international firms and non-profit organisations that regard the exhibition an ideal platform to showcase their latest solutions for environment, sustainability and the green economy.
Wetex 2014 will discuss, through a series of seminars, topics relevant to the fields of electricity, water, solar and nuclear energy and energy efficiency, water and natural resource conservation and sustainable development as well as other topics which are priorities for public and private sectors around the world. – TradeArabia News Service