Morocco is taking part in the 24th World Energy Council, opened Monday in Abu Dhabi, attended by government officials and experts from around the world.
The Moroccan delegation to this event, which will continue until the 12th, is led by the director of electricity at the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development, Zoubair Idrissi Moulay Abdellah.
This 24th edition will bring together more than 15,000 visitors from the United Arab Emirates and elsewhere, including more than 60 ministers. An exhibition on this occasion, which will cover an area of 35,000 square meters, will bring together more than 200 exhibitors from some 150 countries.
The World Energy Council, which is being held for the first time in the Middle East, will bring together more than 300 speakers this year around seminars and roundtables.
Similarly, more than 80 sessions will take place during the Council and will cover the entire energy spectrum, including oil and gas, electricity, coal, nuclear energy and renewable energies, as well as transportation, energy efficiency, finance, investment, consulting and many other sectors.
The Council also plans more than 30 side events, including workshops and round tables. One of the main side events is the “Start Up Energy Transition – 100 (SET100)”, which will bring together the top 100 international start-ups presenting the most innovative products and services in the fight against climate change and energy efficiency.