World Future Energy Summit 2009

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Jan. 21-23, 2009

Trade Show/Exhibition
Date: Jan. 21-23, 2009
Venue: Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre

Abu Dhabi, UAE


The inaugural World Future Energy Summit in 2008 was heralded as ‘the future of energy’ and the first major international conference and exhibition to address all aspects of sustainable energy solutions. As the largest global investor in sustainable energy and with the support of the Masdar Initiative, Abu Dhabi proved an unrivalled environment for international companies to reach key stakeholders investing in future energy projects around the world. With over 11,000 attendees from 77 countries around the world, including 423 international and regional members of press, the response to the summit has been outstanding.

In April 2006, Abu Dhabi took a bold and historic decision to embrace renewable and sustainable energy technologies.

As the first major hydrocarbon-producing nation to take such a step, it has established its leadership position by launching Masdar, a global cooperative platform for open engagement in the search for solutions to some of mankind’s most pressing issues: energy security, climate change and truly sustainable human development.

In order to achieve the long-term goals of Masdar it was deemed essential to pool together the highest level of expertise, investors and suppliers – hence the birth of the World Future Energy Summit.

Who Will Attend?

Governments/NGOs/environmental agencies will

  • debate the issues of climate change and future energy policy

  • examine the options and implications for future energy solutions

  • look at potential funding for alternative energy and environmental strategies

Venture capitalist/investors/financial institutions/entrepreneurs will

  • network with the companies developing technology and services to support future energy solutions

  • identify investment opportunities and risks on a global level

  • get face-to-face with the experts in this field and debate the commercial issues

Energy companies and professionals will

  • keep up-to-date on the latest technological advances

  • network with suppliers, consumers, competitors and other key stakeholders within the changing energy industry

  • seek out new business opportunities across a global platform

Architects/contractors/civil engineers/developers/town planners and
Transport providers/manufactures/mechanical engineers/designers will

  • hear the world’s leading experts present the latest plans for zero-emission development with case studies looking at the technical, logistical and financial impact on their industry

  • benefit from specific feature areas, discussion panels and technical tours on green buildings/transport

  • network with investors, venture capitalists and governments looking to develop and invest in new projects

Media/editors–in–chief/reporters/journalists/Camera crew/photographers will

  • cover the leading energy innovation event of the Middle East

  • report on different opinions of industry leaders on the world’s hottest issues

  • gain real understanding of the subjects that are front page in all media

Visitor Profile:

  • Total visitor attendance in 2008 was 11,272 people from 77 countries over 3 days

  • 48% of attendees are personally responsible for purchasing, authorising and specifying Future Energy Technology.

  • 97% of 2008 attendees surveyed said they would be looking to attend the summit again in 2009.

  • 93% said that they achieved all of their objectives of attending in 2008.

The conference in 2009 will cover a range of themes including:

  • Energy policy

  • Investment and funding

  • Green buildings

  • Clean transport

  • Solar

  • Wind

  • Biofuels

  • Ocean power

  • Geothermal

  • Nuclear

  • Waste to energy

  • Fuel cells

  • Carbon management

  • Environmental strategy

Why exhibit?

With over 15,000 attendees expected to attend in 2009, the summit will the largest meeting of influential figures within the renewable energy industry.

The exhibition is being extended in 2009 to cover over 20,000 sq metres to accommodate growing demand to participate including a series of new feature areas to encourage networking and interaction within this global community.

  • Launch and demonstrate new technology, products and services

  • Meet potential buyers and industry figures face-to-face in one place at one time

  • Do deals and arrange private business meetings through the event

  • Gain feedback and collect market research

  • Promote your brand to a global audience

  • Build prospect databases and generate sales leads

  • Position your company as a market leader

PLUS benefit from our WFES publicity and promotion campaign!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Position your company at the forefront of a global discussion on future energy solutions
Future energy issues make up some of the most urgent challenges facing the world’s leaders today… including climate change, sustainability and resource availability. The World Future Energy Summit is the global platform for government and industry leaders to respond to these challenges within the context of high-profile leadership debate and major international exhibition.

The profile of the summit provides a unique opportunity for key stakeholders from the energy, technology, automotive, construction and investment sectors to position their brands at the forefront of this discussion and demonstrate a clear international commitment to developing and investing in future energy solutions

WFES09 offers a range of sponsorship and branding initiatives to enable companies to benefit from a direct association to the summit and its global media campaign.

Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Al Qudra
Applied Materials
Beauty Mark Pharmaceutical (Tanweer Solar)
BP International
Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd
Community Windpower
Conoco Phillips
Current Energy
Dolphin Energy Ltd
Emerson fzc
Enviromena Power Systems
Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi
Exim Star Autotrade L.L.C
GE Energy
General Holding Corporation
GM Middle East Operations
Innovation Norway
Mitsubishi Corporation
MSC Power
Nashwan Technical Equipment
National Solar Systems
NEOPAC Lighting Group
NovaRay Solar
Oasis Ltd
Occidental Development Company
Premier Energy fzc
Primustech Investments SA
Sargas AS
Shell International
SS Lootah International
Standard Chartered Bank
StatoilHydro ASA
United Arab Emirates University
WSP Group
Zones Corp
Zhuhai Singyes CurTian WaLL Engineering Co. LTD
Waves Solar
ETA- Zenath
Cosmo Oil Co. LTD
CSEM – UAE Innovation Center LLC
EcoSecurities PLC
Naps Systems
Caldani Sre
Jo – Alten
Modern Times Int. for Energy Systems LLC.

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