SWISS Pavilion @ Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2020
(before World Future Energy Summit, WFES)
The overall event Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) is the largest sustainability gathering in the Middle East, which addresses the interconnected challenges that affect the wide-spread acceleration and adoption of sustainable development and clean energy. To seriously address the global energy challenge, the relationships between economic development, poverty eradication, energy security, water scarcity and climate change cannot be overlooked. The ADSW encourages actionable outcomes to carve a pathway towards sustainability worldwide and includes the World Future Energy Summit (WFES), the region’s leading B2B sustainability exhibition with the following main areas: Energy, Water, EcoWaste, Solar, Green Building, Mobility.
Within ADSW, various sub-exhibitions are taking place:
The International Water Summit (IWS) is a unique global platform for promoting water sustainability in arid regions.
At the EcoWaste, products and services from the field of waste management and recycling are presented. Political key players, scientists and entrepreneurs accept the challenge to approach the dramatic increase of waste in their region.
The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is the world’s largest conference and exhibition on renewable and future energy solutions, innovations, policy and vision.
The WFES Solar Expo brings countless networking occasions in the solar energy industry, at the heart of the world’s most vibrant and exciting solar market
The WFES Energy Efficiency Expo addresses challenges and opportunities through the reduced energy consumption.
|Target audience||Leaders and decision makers from politics and economy, authorities, associations, educational institutions and science|
|Organizer||T- LINK Managment AG|
|Trade fair information||
Water Technology, Waste management, Recycling, Waste disposal Technology, Environment protection, Air pollution, Renewable Energy, Solar Technique, Energy Efficiency
Approx: 38'000 participants, 170 countries represented and 850 exhibitors