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Middle East Electricity

Middle East Energy (MEE)?s third virtual sector week, Critical and Backup Power and will continue until Wednesday 2 June. (Image source: MEE)

Industry heavyweights have reiterated the message that more needs to be done to ensure universal energy access during the opening day of Middle East Energy?s (MEE) Critical and Backup Power sector focus week

Suhail Al Mazrouei, minister of energy and infrastructure during the first day of Middle East Energy. (Image source: MEE)

HE Suhail Al Mazrouei, minister of energy and infrastructure, has reiterated the UAE?s commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 70% and increase clean energy use by 50% by 2050 during the inaugural Middle East Energy virtual event

Sector weeks to provide online and virtual platform for business development while connecting attendees with key stakeholders. (Image source: MEE)

Energy professionals from across the world are gathering online for the first day of the inaugural Middle East Energy virtual event

The event is held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai. (Image source: MEE)

Middle East Energy will spotlight the increasing demand for energy, which is set to grow by 3.35% per annum for the next 15 years in the region, as the Middle East and North Africa? (MENA) population is estimated to grow by 20% to reach 581 million in 2030 and a further 24% by 2050 to hit 724 million, according to Statista

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