MOGADISHU (Halbeeg News) – Somali delegation led by Somali deputy energy minister, Osman Libah Ibrahim has arrived in Abu Dhabi to attend the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) opening in Abu Dhabi tomorrow.
The conference which is scheduled to kick off on 14th is expected to bring together more than 850 exhibitors and representatives from over 170 countries.
Ibrahim who briefly spoke to the media in UAE said his ministry is committed to improving Somalia’s energy.
“We will put more efforts in best ways to make use of what IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency) offers Somalia, we are thankful to the agency for its commitment to work with Somalia,” he said.
WFES, hosted by Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company (Adnec), will serve as a platform where governments, corporations, entrepreneurs and investors would share knowledge and solutions for the world’s growing energy challenges. The event will run till January 17.
With separate pillars of Energy, Water, EcoWaste, Solar, Green Buildings and Mobility on the agenda this year, WFES 2019 will present a variety of topics for discussion through the diverse platforms it will host, including The Future Sustainability Summit (formerly the WFES Conference), WFES Expo, WFES Forums, CLIX (Climate Innovations Exchange), and the Abu Dhabi Sustainable Finance Forum, among others.
On offer for attendees during the event once again will be the Sustainability Business Connect networking platform that provides a variety of targeted opportunities for visitors to make that right connection.
With an estimated 10,000 meetings facilitated at WFES 2018, attendees and delegates are encouraged to make use of this service to help plan their meetings ahead of time.