The ways in which we raise, distribute and consume energy are changing, and so is Middle East Electricity.
After 44 highly successful editions as Middle East Electricity, the 2020 event will evolve into a new offering: Middle East Energy (MEE).
The transformation is designed to reflect a rapidly evolving sector, where the demand for digitised and renewable energy solutions is growing dramatically – and so are the possibilities.
The name change positions MEE as even more future-focused, and strengthens its role as the region’s leading power industry event, appealing to energy ministers, utilities decision makers, innovative start-ups and future technology providers alike.
Core aspects of Middle East Electricity still feature, but now sit alongside new elements, such as a customised Digitalisation Zone that highlights the latest technologies in digital transformation. In addition, the Renewables area is significantly expanded to display the enormous opportunities in alternative energy sources, from hydro and geothermal, to solar and wind.
The event also features a new technology launch pad, a comprehensive B2B meeting ground and an educational and knowledge-sharing platform.