World Future Energy Summit 2014, Abu Dhabi/United Arab Emirates

Conference // World Future Energy Summit 2014, Abu Dhabi/United Arab Emirates

The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is the world's foremost event dedicated to renewable energies, energy efficiency and clean technologies. This year's Summit will have a focus on the interdependence of energy and water.

In it's 4th edition, World Future Energy Summit continued to provide the leading platform for international policy makers, innovators, business decision makers and investors to explore global energy challenges with the view to creating real and sustainable solutions.

In 2011, WFES was proud to bring together more than 200 eminent speakers discuss the burning issues surrounding future energy. This is your opportunity to meet your industry colleagues and share knowledge and experiences which will further our collective goal of clean, secure and sustainable energy.

This year's Summit program was designed to assist you in identifying your specific areas of interest and offers a variety of formats — keynote address, 'big picture' plenary sessions, lively panel discussions, in-depth case studies and interactive master classes.

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