Energy & Sustainability Summit to Be Hosted in Dubai
Putting innovation into practice: trending alternative energy solutions and the vanguard of sustainability is the theme with which the Energy & Sustainability Summit will launch its first edition in Dubai on 21 June at St Regis – The Palm.
High-profile speakers and decision-makers from across the region will attend.
The event, organized by Big Project Middle East magazine, will focus on the transition to a cleaner, greener, and more efficient future and will comprise several panels for discussion around the shift away from oil and gas, the Net Zero agenda, and carbon neutrality.
Organizations such as the Emirates Green Building Council, The Red Sea Development Company, ECC, and Saif Air Tech will conduct presentations as pioneering examples of how large-scale projects can lead the way to sustainable development.
While among the speakers are Farah Naz of AECOM and the Co-author of Net Zero City; Abdullatif Nafez Albitawi, Director at Emirates Green Building Council; Karim El-Jisr of Diamond Developers, the company behind the Dubai and Sharjah Sustainable Cities.
Ali Mumtaz and Ian Williamson of The Red Sea Development Company; Dr. Pablo Izquierdo, Head of Ras Al Khaimah’s Energy Services Section; David Haboubi, Roger Cruickshank, and Matthew Tribe of SNC-Lavalin Group, and many more will also attend.
The Energy & Sustainability Summit also intends to understand what it means to be Sustainable in the Construction Sector and investigate how the construction industry is putting sustainability into practice.