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Eaton to showcase its sustainable energy solutions in Saudi Arabia

Qasem Noureddin, commercial director at Eaton Middle East. (Image source: Eaton Middle East)

Intelligent power management company Eaton will be participating in the upcoming LEAP 2024, which is being held in Riyadh from 4-7 March

The company will be focusing on energy transition and digitalisation, such as its electric vehicle charging solutions tailored for Middle East businesses. 

The company said that its electric vehicle charging solutions are designed to support the growing demand for sustainable transportation options in the Middle East. A highlight of Eaton’s showcase at LEAP 2024 will be a diverse range of solutions encompassing backup power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), surge protection, and advanced IT power distribution. 

Need for better software solutions

Commenting on Eaton’s participation, Qasem Noureddin, commercial director at Eaton Middle East, stated, "LEAP 2024 provides a unique and remarkable venue, bringing together the most brilliant minds and innovators in the energy industry. By providing innovative ideas and cutting-edge insights, we aim to take advantage of this opportunity to steer the energy sector's future in the direction of intelligence and sustainability.

"We are honoured to be a part of this milestone event, where we will apply creativity to the dazzling quest of technological innovations, providing our state-of-the-art solutions that increase corporate efficiency and raise living standards in our communities as they shift to responsible and sustainable growth. In the end, there is no doubt that collaborating to affect positive change can help create a more sustainable environment for future generations.”

As Saudi Arabia strides towards renewable energy, the kingdom has set ambitious targets, with a commitment to sourcing 50% of its power from renewable sources by 2030. Along with its plans to invest US$50bn in renewable energy projects over the next decade, Saudi Arabia demonstrates the growing importance of clean energy in the region.