The premier electrical energy event, Middle East Energy held from March 7-9, 2023 hosted Pakistan Pavilion for the second time. Middle East Energy enjoys a 48-year legacy as a leading global energy industry where this year yet again, the exhibitors had the opportunity to judge market demand, gain valuable industry knowledge, develop new areas of business and strengthen existing ones.
Middle East Energy 2023 Highlights
Middle East Energy witnessed over 25,000 energy professionals, 1000s of innovative products by 800+ exhibitors in just 3 days. Formerly known as Middle East Electricity, it has participation from international companies such as NEOM, alfanar, MEMF Electrical Industries, Volvo Penta, Baudouin, Allam Marine, Jubaili Bros, DUCAB, Riyadh Cables, Bahra Cables, Brady Corporation, Rolls Battery Engineering
Middle East Energy provides a unique platform for energy leaders to debate and shape the future. Experts from across the region and beyond join forces to plot the best route through the energy transition. Visitors can put new technologies under the microscope and refine their own energy strategies.
Pakistan pavilion at Middle East Energy
Under the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP)‘s subsidized country pavilion, 6 leading companies with diversified product portfolio participated. The participating companies were:
Pak Elektron Ltd (PEL) is also once again showing up at Middle East Energy but they have booked a customized independent stall.
Representative of TDAP, Mr. Ismail Haider while talking to Engineering Post highlighted that “We shall look for a bigger pavilion next year considering the interest of the companies”
Why Middle East Energy?
Dubai has long been viewed as a central hub for business for investors and consumers within the MENA region quickly becoming a center for trade and commerce for the Middle East. The UAE has effectively diversified its economy with stellar performances of various sectors, the energy sector notwithstanding. This is why year after year, Middle East Energy has had participation from high-profile exhibitors around the world.
With electricity demand already on the rise, improving the reliability of existing power supply while providing cleaner energy solutions is a gap that many face in the sector. So whether you are looking to diversify your energy portfolio through digitalisation and groundbreaking renewable and energy efficiency solutions or trying to identify the best possible energy mix and develop alternative energy sources, Middle East Energy has it all.
49th Edition of Middle East Energy is going to take place on 16 – 18 June 2024, Pre Bookings are open! Contact us today
Reference: Engineering Post (Media Partner)