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YOUR MAIN

CONTACTS AT WFES 2013 Service

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Fiza Khan Joseph Arguelles

Delegate Sales Manager Delegate Sales Administrator

fiza.khan@reedexpo.ae joseph.arguelles@reedexpo.ae

+971 50 653 1940 +971 50 574 1611

Leigh Petersen

Hosted Buyer Programme Manager

leigh.petersen@reedexpo.ae

+971 50 614 3606

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TXP Coordinator

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+971 52 929 4125

Dania Ghalayini Dana Diab

Marketing Manager Marketing Executive

dania.ghalayini@reedexpo.ae dana.diab@reedexpo.ae

+971 50 123 4226 +971 50 711 3636

Iman Ahmed Ian Mason Anthony Fernandes Reem Diab

Media Relations Manager Account Manager Media Relations Executive Account Executive

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+971 50 2058021 +971 50 7395429 +971 56 604 1905 +971 50 8253810

Fiona Watson Anila Jumani Ruth Marie Porquiado Marjorie Oposa

Program Director Senior Project Manager Project Assistant Speaker Coordinator

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+971 50 621 0195 +971 50 334 2473 +971 56 108 4687

Innaa Abdrahmanova Travel Consultants

innaa@almasaoodtravel.com

+971 50 615 7529

Liudmila Kubile

Manager Business Development Hala Abu Dhabi

lalharasis@etihad.ae

+971 50 617 6361

Diana Barhoum Jerico Recuenco Ed Tiosan

Head of Operations Technical Manager Operations Assistant

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DELEGATE REGISTRATION SERVICES

Delegate Services PROJECT & FINANCE VILLAGE

TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE PLATFORM

MARKETING

MEDIA RELATIONS (ASDA’A BURTON)

Press Centre & Media Enquiries

SUMMIT AND SPEAKERS

TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION

Hotel Accommodation (Al Masaood Travel & Services) Flight Information (Etihad Airways) OPERATIONS

EXHIBITOR SERVICES

Marites Dominguez Senior Project Assistant Raquel Oclinaria Project Assistant

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SALES

Claude Talj Younus Khan Florine Ballay

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FINANCE DEPARTMENT

Samar Boulos CFO-UAE Haneef Thundakachi Chief Accountant

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WELCOME Dear Participants, On behalf of Reed Exhibitions Middle East, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Abu Dhabi and the Sixth Edition of the World Future Energy Summit. The need for a clean energy future for all citizens of the world is no longer in question. WFES 2013 is proud to contribute to the debate about creating a clean world; a greener and better planet. In Abu Dhabi this year we will bring together leaders from across the political, business, finance and academic sectors to enter into real debate and share knowledge and expertise. In 2013, we are delighted to welcome more than 26,200 attendees, 690 media representatives, 3,200 opening ceremony delegates, 650 exhibitors and representatives from 137 nations to debate the pressing issues, drive innovation, and explore trade and investment opportunities. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our colleagues and partners who have invested considerable time and energy in creating this event – from the Abu Dhabi government and Masdar, to our speakers, exhibitors, partners, visitors and media. Your tireless efforts have ensured that the Summit continues to be the foremost international gathering for the clean technology and renewable energy industries. I trust you will find the discussion over the next few days stimulating, challenging and rewarding – moving us forward towards the establishment of a more sustainable world for all. Sincerely,

Naji El Haddad WFES Show Director With thanks to our sponsors: Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and associate sponsor, Emirates Aluminium, Total, Shell, ExxonMobil, OXY, Schneider Electric, First Solar and Ernst & Young, Qatar Petroleum, Etihad Rail and the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (ADTCA). WFES is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.

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CONTENTS 6 Your contacts at WFES 2013 7 Welcome to WFES 2013 10 Sponsors and Media Partners 12 Welcome to Abu Dhabi 14 Event Information 15 Show Plan 16 Event Itinerary 17 Summit Program 19 ADIREC Official Side Events 21 ADIREC Floor Plan 22 ADIREC Summit and Exhibition Information 28 ADIREC Summit Program 37 ADIREC Summit Speakers 57 Regional Developers at Project Village 60 Project Village Program 61 Technology Exchange Platform 65 Renewables Global Energy Report 2012 66 Renewables Floor Map 79 Exhibitor Listings Inside cover Show Floor Maps

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ASSOCIATE SPONSOR

PLATINUM SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS

OFFICIAL AIRLINE

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WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK INDUSTRY SUPPORTERS

INTERNATIONAL BROADCAST PARTNER

REGIONAL BROADCAST PARTNER

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DIGITAL MEDIA PARTNER

REGIONAL PRINT MEDIA PARTNER

OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNER

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STRATEGIC MEDIA PARTNER

MAIN MEDIA PARTNER

BUSINESS MEDIA PARTNER

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WELCOME TO

ABU DHABI ABU DHABI IS THE EPICENTRE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATE'S GIGANTIC GREEN DRIVE. THE CAPITAL OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, ONE OF THE WORLD'S LEADING PRODUCERS OF OIL AND GAS, IS ALREADY KNOWN AS A REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL POWERHOUSE IN RENEWABLE AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGIES. THROUGH THE MIGHTY MASDAR, IT IS ALSO WELL KNOWN FOR ITS RESEARCH KNOWLEDGE, TECHNOLOGY AND CAPACITY.

Masdar City is a living sustainability laboratory, and the centre piece of Abu Dhabi’s environmental strategy. The city will eventually house up to 40,000 residents and employ 50,000 more, but produce no carbon emissions and no waste whatsoever. It will cost US$22 billion and is scheduled for completion in just three year’s time. Masdar represents the biggest single investment in

executive: business growth opportunities.

sustainability in the world.

Culture at its core The intrinsically rich UAE culture, together with the cultural

The choice of Abu Dhabi to host the global headquarters of the

initiatives and programmes Abu Dhabi regularly launches,

International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) reinforces the

constitute the bedrock for the capital’s tourist attractions. The

UAE's capital's position as the emerging hub for renewable

UAE’s authentic heritage reflects the very essence of the

energy, and reaffirms its contribution to the global renewable

national identity while the cultural programmes enhance Abu

energy industry. In addition to supporting IRENA as it

Dhabi's standing as the region’s emerging cultural hub. Cultural

endeavours to deliver on its global mandate, Abu Dhabi –

tourism has increasingly become an important socio-economic

through Masdar – continues to devote considerable resources

catalyst which informs all tourist activities and programmes,

to the advancement and adoption of renewable energy. As well

cultural events and initiatives.

as providing substantial funding to IRENA and working towards a seven per cent renewable energy target by 2020, the Abu

Museums, monuments & more

Dhabi Fund for Development has offered $50 million in annual

Abu Dhabi boasts several ancient archaeological sites, some

loans to finance renewable energy projects in developing

dating back thousands of years and which give deep insights

countries.

into the country and its culture. Additionally, the emirate’s museums chart Abu Dhabi’s history for visitors. Major cultural

Doing business in Abu Dhabi

developments are underway. Saadiyat Island is due to host the

The emirate is seated at the gateway of a region that spans three

world’s single largest concentration of premier international

continents: all burgeoning and busy economies. The Abu Dhabi

cultural institutions.

government is likewise pump-priming its special economic zones

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to encourage foreign investment and private sector participation,

That’s entertainment

as it steers the economy away from oil dependence, even while

Abu Dhabi is emerging as an entertainment hub for individuals

barriers to entry – including tax and import levy – are set to a

and families alike and for all ages. Yas Island is home to the

minimum. All these mean only one thing for the corporate

world’s largest indoor theme park – Ferrari World – which has a

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spectacular roof top, modelled on the side profile of a Ferrari

infrastructure, Abu Dhabi has emerged as ‘The Happening

sports car. The centre is the destination’s biggest entertainment

Place for Business Tourism.’ The UAE capital follows, on the

centre, and also home to Formula Rossa, the world’s fastest

other hand, wide-ranging strategies to support this sector with

roller coaster. It has a top speed of 240 km/h (149 mph). The

activities and programmes that help foster and increase the

island also hosts the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and a

inflow of regional and global events to the local arena. Given

major new waterpark, Waterworld, opened at the end of last

the huge developments underpinning the tourism sector in the

year. On the weather side, Abu Dhabi has a sub-tropical, arid

Emirate, especially in building hotels and conference centres,

climate. You can expect sunny blue skies and high

many expect for Abu Dhabi to be the No. 1 destination for

temperatures most of the time, but during January it does

business tourism in MENA, with the expanding list of

sometimes rain. Come prepared!

investment opportunities it offers.

From souk to shopping mall

Eco-tourism

Shopping is a popular pastime in Abu Dhabi. The choice is

The UAE’s rich natural environment, is where the desert meets

amazing, from browsing and bargaining in traditional souks

the sea shores, both enfolding widely diverse forms of wildlife

(markets) for everything from jewellery to carpets, to leisurely

and marine life. Ecotourism is an integral part of the economic

browsing in the most modern of malls amid the world’s most

plans enacted by the local government mainly aiming at

sought-after brands. The malls are a welcome escape from the

attaining strong sustainable development. Abu Dhabi offers for

heat and are often glamorous in the extreme. The biggest is on

its visitors numerous scouting, adventurous and entertaining

the Breakwater, its design inspired by the Bedouin tent. It has

opportunities in its natural reserves, wildlife parks and other

several hundred shops, cinemas, a viewing tower and a ‘snow

unique natural sites (such as islands, oases and beaches). For

park’ is currently under construction.

additional information on Abu Dhabi attractions, please visit www.visitabudhabi.ae

Sports tourism – on the right mark Over recent years Abu Dhabi has developed into a recognised

Travel to the World Future Energy Summit

major international sporting events destination. It now has a

The summit will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition

global following across sports such as golf, motorsport,

Center (ADNEC). Arrive by taxi or by coach. A coach service

watersports, adventure racing and athletics.

runs between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, starting from the Deira bus station in Dubai. It arrives at Zayed Sports City, near

‘The Happening Place for Business Tourism’

ADNEC. For visitors travelling by car, the cutting-edge Abu

With a state-of-the-art and expanding business tourism

Dhabi Exhibition Centre has a massive parking facility.

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EVENT INFORMATION Accommodation & Travel Services The Official Travel Agent for Hotel accommodation and flight bookings is Al Masaood Travel and Services. They are providing hotel, transfer and excursion reservations for all participants of WFES. Their onsite representatives will be available at one of the counters located in the concourse. Admission & registration counters Admission to World Future Energy Summit is strictly for trade visitors. Visitor registration counters for new registrations and pre-registered visitors are available next to Halls 8 & 9. For any assistance, please approach our customer service representatives at any of the information desks located in the concourse. Registration counters for new delegates are available in front of Hall 2. Show opening times Date Time Tuesday 15 January 10:00hrs-18:00hrs Wednesday 16 January 10:00hrs-18:00hrs Thursday 17 January 10:00hrs-18:00hrs Badge collection • Exhibitors badges can be collected at the Exhibitor help desk in front of Organisers office • Summit delegates passes can be collected at the registration counter in front of Hall 2 • Pre-registered visitors badges can be collected from the visitor counters, which are located in Halls 8 & 9 Banking services / ATM / general post office / ADNEC address • Abu Dhabi National Bank & ATM: ADNEC grandstand, opposite the main restaurant • Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank ATM: ADNEC grandstand near the VIP entrance • Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank ATM: ADNEC grandstand next to the main restaurant

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• Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank ATM: Located at Door H • Post Office - Emirates Post Office: ADNEC grandstand retail area • Courier Service - FedEx: ADNEC grandstand retail area ADNEC (Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre) P O Box 5546 Mussafah Road Nr. Zayed Military Hospital Abu Dhabi UAE Telephone: +971 (0)2 444 6900 Fax: +971 (0)2 444 6135 Business centre The Business centre is located in the ADNEC Gallery Level in the Atrium between Halls 4 & 5. Please contact the Business centre for prices and further information. Contact details: +971 (0)2 406 3645 / 3646 / 3647 Email: businesscentre@adnec.ae Canvassing Canvassing of orders by any authorised person or the display and distribution of printed and other promotional material, except by exhibitors from their stand, is strictly prohibited. Catering outlets A number of cafés and a restaurant may be found in the ADNEC grand stand. Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is located on Level 1 by the Atrium. There will also be catering points within Halls 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and in the concourse in front of Halls 6 & 10. Prayer rooms The male prayer room is located on level 1 above Hall 4. The female prayer room is located on level 1 above Hall 5. Press centre For all press-related enquiries and to book a press conference, exhibitors should contact

ASDA’A. For further information please contact Iman Ahmed Iman.Ahmed@bm.com M:+971 50 205 8021 Car parking Multi-storey car parks A & B are paid parking. This will be available to exhibitors and visitors during the show days. Parking charges apply. Please note vehicles are not allowed to park overnight. Taxis and shuttle bus The taxi drop off and pick up point will be at Entrance B. A complimentary shuttle bus service between ADNEC and the main Abu Dhabi hotels is available for summit delegates outside Entrance B. First aid services The First aid area is located by the entrance to Halls 7 & 8, with trained staff, who will be on duty to provide medical assistance for WFES 2013 sites throughout the exhibition period, including the build up and breakdown days. Evacuation arrangements will be in place for any emergencies. Lost property office The security room office is located above Hall 6. Toilet facilities Ladies and gents toilet facilities are available throughout the venue. See the ‘You Are Here Board’ on-site for your nearest facilities.

Indemnity The organisers and publishers of the WFES Summit Guide accept no responsibility for the statements made in this guide, nor for any errors or omissions that may occur.

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INTRODUCTION

EVENT ITINERARY Day 1 - Tuesday January 15, 2013 TIME

EVENT

LOCATION

08:00-09:00 10:00 10:00-10:30 10:50-11:00 11:00-12:00 12:00-13:00

Exhibitors Move in Exhibition Doors Open for Visitors Opening Arrivals: Visitors/Exhibitors/Delegates/Media (Doors close at 10:30 am) Official Delegations Start Arriving Opening Ceremony Delegation Tour

Halls 5-10 Halls 5-10 ICC Hall Gate C&H ICC Hall Exhibition

13:00

Lunch

13:30-18:00 19:30-22:00

Ministerial Panels Zayed Future Energy Prize

Conference A&B Emirates Palace

Day 2 - Wednesday January 16, 2013 TIME

EVENT

LOCATION

8:00-9:00 9:00-9:30 09:00 10:00 9:30-17:30 10:00-18:00

Exhibitors Move in Opening and Welcome to ADIREC Conference Opens Exhibition Doors Open for Visitors Conference Exhibition

Halls 5-10

13:13-1500

Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing

18:00-20:00

WFES/IWS/ADIREC Reception

Conference Hall A Halls 5-10 Conference Hall A Halls 5-10

Al Maared Ballroom, ADNEC

Day 3 - Thursday January 17, 2013 EVENT

LOCATION

8:00-9:00 09:00 10:00 9:30-17:30 10:00-18:00

TIME

Exhibitors Move in Conference Opens Exhibition Doors Open for Visitors Conference Exhibition

Halls 5-10 Conference Hall A Halls 5-10 Conference Hall A Halls 5-10

17:30

Conference Closes

18:00

Exhibition Closes

Must Attend Sessions Opening Ceremony Project Village Technology Exchange Platform Zayed Future Energy Prize Exxon Mobil Energy Outlook Forum Energy Efficiency Pavilion Green Ideas WFES Eco Home Green Jobs YFEL Masdar Initiative WFES/IWS/ADIREC Reception Zero Tracer Green Ideas

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January 15 @ 11AM, ICC Hall January 15-17, Hall 10 January 15-17, Hall 9 January 15, Emirates Palace January 15-17, Hall 5 January 15-17, Hall 10 January 15-17, Hall 10 January 15-17, Hall 10 January 15-17, Hall 10 January 15-17, Hall 7 January 16, ADNEC Al Maared Ballroom Swiss Pavilion January 15-17, Hall

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PROGRAMME

ADIREC 2013 HOSTED BY WFES

SUMMIT PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE Day One 15 January

Day Two 16 January

Day Three 17 January

The Future Energy Innovation Forum

Unlocking Potential: Scaling Up of Renewable Energy through Coordinated Public and Private Sector Actions 09:00 09:15 09:30 09:45 10:00 10:15

Opening and Welcome to ADIREC hosted by WFES 2013 Keynote Interviews

Plenary Opening Interviews

Plenary Session 1: The Role of Innovation and Technology in Shaping the Future of our World

Renewable Energy Outlook – What is on the Cards?

10:30 Keynote 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30

Networking Refreshments

Opening Ceremony (ICC Hall)

12:15

Plenary Session 2: What is driving innovation in future energy technologies?

Renewable Energy Financing – Growth amidst Economic Turmoil Panel 1: Private Sector Finance

11:45 12:00

Networking Refreshments

Royal Tour -Exhibition Panel 2: Public Sector Finance Lunch Plenary Session 3: Future Perfect?

The View from Industry

12:30

Panel 1: CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies

12:45 13:00

Panel 2: CEOs of Utilities

13:15

Audience Voting on RE Industry & Finance topics

13:30 13:45 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00 15:15

Lunch & Extended Exhibition Viewing

Ministerial Panels Sustainable Energy for All

Building National Frameworks for Reusable Energy

15:30 15:45 16:00

Lunch & Extended Exhibition Viewing

STREAM A

STREAM B

Session A1: Energy Efficiency – the Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy

Session B1: MENA, a Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment

Session A2: Integration of Renewables – the Role of Power Grids & ICT

Session B2: Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy

STREAM C Session C1: Regulatory Policies Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches

STREAM A

STREAM D

17:15 Water-Energy Nexus

Session C2: Cities and Community Power

STREAM C

Session B3: Wind

Session C3: Geothermal

STREAM D

Session D3: Energy Storage

Session D1: Rural Renewable Energy

Session A4: Building a Robust R+D Infrastructure

Networking Refreshments

16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

Session A3: Solar Energy – The Technologies

STREAM B

Session B4: Sustainable Use of Bioenergy

Session C4: The Evolution of Hydropower

Session D4: Sustainable Transportation

Session D2: Energy in Transformation Water/Energy Nexus Joint Plenary session

17:30 17:45 18:00 18:30

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WFES reception @ Wedding Hall

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SUMMIT INFORMATION

World Future Energy Summit Daily 09:00 to 18:00 Day One: Tuesday 15 January 2013 – International Convention Centre (ICC) Day Two: Wednesday 16 January 2013 – Conference Room A & Capital Suite 07 Day Three: Thursday 17 January 2013 – Conference Room A & Capital Suite 07 Opening Ceremony 11:00 to 12:00, Tuesday 15 Jan 2013, International Convention Centre (ICC) Number of Summit Delegates 3200 Speakers’ Lounge Capital Suite 1, Mezzanine, above Hall 1 Delegate Dining Area Hall 10 Private Dining Area Hall 10

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Time/Presenter

Presentation

15 January 14:00 – 14:30 Rajeev Abraham, EMS Sales Manager

Energy University

14:45 – 15:15 Régis Largillier, Business Development – Smart City

Smart City Solutions

15:30 – 16:00 Ahmed Imam, Power Buildings Solutions Manager

Solutions in Renewable Energy: Solar

16:15 – 16:45 Talaiver Dilup, LifeSpace Solutions, Energy Efficiency and Services Manager

Hotel Energy Management Solutions

Time/Presenter

Presentation

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16 January 10:30 – 11:00 Mathew Manjush, Business Development Manager

Healthcare Facilities Energy Management Solutions

11:15 – 11:45 Régis Largillier, Business Development – Smart City

Resource Advisor Solutions Demo

12:00 – 12:30 Intercontinental Hotel Group, Customer Testimonial

Energy Management Initiatives in the Middle East, Africa and India

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch 14:00 – 14:30 Alkassar Yarob, Sales Director

Smart Water Solutions

14:45 – 15:15 Masdar, Customer Testimonial

Energy Efficiency as a Subset of the Overall Sustainable Approach

15:30 – 16:00 Régis Largillier, Business Development – Smart City

Smart City Solutions

16:15 – 16:45 Frederic Dumas, Services Operations Director

Energy Management Services


Time/Presenter

Presentation

17 January 10:30 – 11:00 Ahmed Imam, Power Buildings Solutions Manager

Solutions in Renewable Energy: Solar

11:15 – 11:45 Abu Dhabi Municipality, Customer Testimonial

Demand-side Energy Management Programme

12:00 – 12:30 Régis Largillier, Business Development – Smart City

Resource Advisor Solutions Demo

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12:30 – 14:00 Lunch 14:00 – 14:30 Alkassar Yarob, Sales Director

Smart Water Solutions

14:45 – 15:15 Rajeev Abraham, EMS Sales Manager

Energy University

15:30 – 16:00 Mathew Manjush, Business Development Manager

Healthcare Facilities Energy Management Solutions

16:15 – 16:45 Talaiver Dilup, LifeSpace Solutions, Energy Efficiency and Services Manager

Hotel Energy Management Solutions

Visit Schneider Electric at Hall 5, Booth 5120 and discover how our sustainable solutions can help every city become smarter

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TUESDAY 15 JANUARY 2013

SUMMIT PROGRAM DAY 1 Location: International Convention Centre (ICC) Opening Ceremony 11:00-12:00

Welcome Message from the Host H.E. Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, CEO, Masdar

Keynote addresses from: TBA 12.00 – 13.00

Delegation Tour - Exhibition

12.30 – 13.30

Lunch

13:30 – 17:00

Ministerial Panels

13.30 – 14.30

Sustainable Energy for All

14:30 – 15:30

Building National Frameworks for Renewable Energy

15.30 – 16:30

Renewable Energy in an Evolving Global Energy Market

16:30 – 17:30

Water-Energy Nexus

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WEDNESDAY 16 JANUARY 2013

SUMMIT PROGRAM DAY 2 Conference Room A & Capital Suite 07

9.00 – 9.30

Unlocking Potential: Scaling Up of Renewable Energy through Coordinated Public and Private Sector Actions Opening and Welcome to ADIREC hosted by WFES 2012. Conference Chair: Christine Lins, Executive Secretary, REN21 Speakers: • H.E. Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and Special Envoy for Energy and Climate Change, and CEO, Masdar, UAE • Mohamed El-Ashry, Chairman of REN21 and Senior Fellow, UN Foundation, USA. H.E. Faroukh Abdullah, Minister for New and Renewable Energy Sources, India/Host of DIREC 2010 H.E. Liu Qi, Vice-Minister National Energy Administration, China

Plenary Opening interviews Renewable Energy Outlook – What is in the Cards? Moderator: Nart Bouran, Director of News, Sky News Arabia, UAE 9.30 – Speakers: • Fatih Birol, Chief Economist and Director Global Energy 10.00 Economics Directorate, International Energy Agency, France 10:00 – • Eric Martinot, Lead Author REN21 Renewables Global Futures 10:30 Report, Japan

Speakers: • Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho, Sustainable Energy Lead Specialist, Inter-American Development Bank, USA • Seethapathy Chander, Director General, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank, The Philippines. • Philippe de Fontaine Vive, Vice President, Innovation, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg. Farrukh Mahmood Mian, Manager, Energy and ICT Division, Infrastructure Department, Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia 12.15 – 13.15 12.15 – 12.45

Plenary Session: The View from Industry

12.45 – 13.15

CEOs of Utilities Moderator: Henning Gloystein, Power and Gas Editor, Thomson Reuters, UK Speakers: • H.E Abdulla Saif Al Nuaimi, Director General, ADWEA, UAE • Francesco Starace, CEO, ENEL Green Power, Italy • Arthouros Zervos, Chairman and CEO, Public Power Corporation of Greece, Greece

13.15 – 13.30 13.30 – 15.00

Audience Participation

9.30 – 10.30

10.30 – 11.00

Renewable Energy in Times of Economic Turmoil: The Role of International and Domestic Policies

11:0011:15

Coffee Break Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance: Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil

11.15 – Private Sector Finance 11.45 Moderator: Dana Younger, Chief Renewable Energy Specialist, International Finance Corporation, USA Speakers: • Vivek Mehra, Managing Director, Aloe Private Equity, India • Torben Möger Pedersen, CEO, PensionDanmark, Denmark • Craig O’Connor, Director of the Office of Renewable Energy & Environmental Exports, Export-Import Bank of the USA. • Jonathan Plowe, Managing Director, New Energy & Infrastructure Solutions, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, USA 11.45 – Public Sector Finance 12.15 Moderator: Frank Wouters, Deputy Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

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CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies Moderator: Paolo Frankl, Head of Unit, International Energy Agency, France Speakers: • Roy Adair, CEO, Hydro Tasmania, Australia • Bader Al-Lamki, Director Clean Energy, Masdar, UAE • Santiago Seage, CEO, Abengoa Solar, Spain • Tulsi Tanti, Chairman and Managing Director, Suzlon, India

Lunch Break and Exhibiting Viewing Parallel Sessions

15.00 – 16.00

Session A1: Energy Efficiency – The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy Moderator: Kornelius Blok, Director of Science, Ecofys, The Netherlands Speakers: • Jacob Fontijine COO, DNV KEMA Benelux, Middle East & Africa • Yamina Saheb, Head of the Sustainable Buildings Centre, IEA, France • Harry Verhaar, Head, Global Public & Government Affairs, Philips Lighting, The Netherlands

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• Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Sources of India, India • Dennis McGinn, President, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), USA • Karsten Sach, Deputy Director-General for International Cooperation in the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany, Germany • Gauri Singh, Director Knowledge Management and Technology Cooperation, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

• Bashar Zeitoon, Program Director, Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED), Lebanon 16.30 – Session A2: 17.30 Integration of Renewables – The Role of Power Grids & ICT Moderator: Philippe David, Head of Energy, Utilities, Chemicals, Cap Gemini, France Speakers: • Sjaak Antheunisse, Market Leader, ME Energy Markets, Alcatel Lucent, The Netherlands • Kaisa Kosonen, Climate Policy Advisor, Greenpeace, Finland • Jeung-Soo Huh, President & CEO, Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO), Korea • Hiroshi Ogawa, General Manager, Strategic Business Development, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan • Olivier Orsini, Director General International Affairs, EDF, France 15.00 – Session B1: 16.00 MENA, A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment Moderator: Emanuela Menichetti, Director Renewable Energy, Observatoire Méditerranéen de l’Energie (OME) Speakers: • Yousif Al Ali, Shams Director, Shams, UAE • Tareq Emtairah, Executive Director, Regional Centre for Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), Egypt • Marc Févre, Partner, Baker &McKenzie LLP, UK • Stefan Singer, Director, Global Energy Policy, WWF International, Belgium • Nejib Zaafrani Senior Executive Energy Advisor and Adjunct Professor, Masdar Institute, UAE

16:30 – 17:30

Session C2: Cities and Community Power Moderator: Benjamin Sovacool, Visiting Associate Professor and Senior Researcher for Energy Security and Justice, Vermont Law School, USA Speakers: • Michael Geissler, CEO Berlin Energy Agency, Member of C40, Germany • Jonathan Kendall, Director Urban Design, Fletcher Priest, UK • Hugo Lucas, Director Policy Advice and Capacity Building, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) • Domingos Pires, Former Deputy Secretary for Urban Development and Coordinator of USP Cities Research Centre, Sao Paulo, Brazil • Christopher Sorenson, Strategic Partnerships, New Ventures, Masdar, UAE

15:00 – 16:00

Stream D1: Rural Renewable Energy Moderator: Richenda Van Leeuwen, Executive Director Energy and Climate, Energy Access Initiative, United Nations Foundation, USA Speakers: • Daniel Bouille, President, Fondacion Barliloche, Argentina • Ernesto Macias, President, Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE), Belgium • Pradeep Monga, Director of Energy Branch, UNIDO, Austria • Arne Schweinfurth, Advisor, German International Cooperation (GIZ)/ASEAN Centre for Energy • Jean-Marc Otero del Val, Deputy Senior VP Renewable Energy, Total, France

16:3017:30

Session D2: Energy in Transformation Moderator: Rob Bradley, Senior Advisor Climate Change. Directorate of Energy & Climate Change, UAE Speakers: • Aldo Flores-Quiroga, Secretary General, International Energy Forum, Saudi Arabia • Robert Kleiburg, Director, ECN, The Netherlands • Henri Winand, CEO Intelligent Energy, UK • Saif Al Sayari, Executive Officer - Head of Energy Solutions, The Abu Dhabi Energy Company (TAQA), UAE

16.30 – Session B2: 17.30 Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy

Moderator: Ben Warren, Energy & Environmental Infrastructure Leader, Ernst & Young, UK Speakers: • Abdullah Awadh Al Gahtani, Consultant – Strategy Team King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A.CARE), Saudi Arabia • Michael Eckhart, Managing Director, Global Head of Environmental Finance Citigroup, USA • Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes, President, European Renewable Energy Council (EREC), Belgium • Li Junfeng, Director General of Climate Change Center under National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), Secretary General, China Renewable Energy Industry Association (CREIA), China • Vinud Kala, Founder, Emerging Ventures, India 15:00 – Session C1: 16:00 Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches Moderator: Hans-Jørgen Koch, Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of Climate, Energy and Buildings of Denmark /Chairman of IEARETD Speakers: • Nick Carter, Director General: Regulation and Supervision Bureau, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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THURSDAY 17 JANUARY 2013

SUMMIT PROGRAM DAY 3 The Future Energy Innovation Forum Location: Conference Room A & Capital Suite 07 9:00 – Keynote Interview Speaker: Dan Arvizu, Director, Director, National Renewable Energy 9:30 Laboratory, USA Plenary Sessions 9:30 – How Technology and Innovation Will Shape the Future 10:30 Moderator: James Cameron, Founder and Chairman, Climate Change Capital, UK Speakers: • Nawal Al Hosany, Director Sustainability and Director Zayed Future Energy Prize, Masdar, United Arab Emirates • Morgan Bazilian, Deputy Director, Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA • Harish Hande, Founder, Selco; Social Entrepreneur, India • Martin Hiller, Director General, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), Austria • Richard Kauffman, Senior Advisor to the Secretary, US Department of Energy, USA

Session B3: Wind Moderator: Steve Sawyer, Secretary General, Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), Belgium Speakers: • Morten Albaek, SVP Marketing & Corporate Affairs, Vestas, Denmark • Adam Bruce, Mainstream Renewable Power, Ireland • Stefan Gsänger, Secretary General, World Wind Energy Association (WWEA), Germany • Ronald Heyselaar, Head of Business and Project Development, Masdar Clean Energy, UAE • Zhou Jianqing , Deputy General Manager, Goldwind International, China Session C3: Geothermal Energy Moderator: Roland Horne, President of the International Geothermal Association (IGA) & Professor of Earth Sciences, Woods Institute for the Environment, Stamford University, USA Speakers: • Surya Darma, Indonesian Director, International Geothermal Association, Indonesia • Agnes De Jesus, Senior Vice President of Environmental and External Relations and Compliance Office, Energy Management Company, The Philippines • Albert Genter, Scientific Manager, Soultz, France • Richard Taylor, Executive Director, International Hydropower Association, UK Session D3: Energy Storage Moderator: Peter Rae, President REN Alliance Speakers: • Brent Perry, President and CEO, Corvus Energy, Canada • Christoph Stiller, Clean Energy Technology, Linde Innovation Management, Germany Session A4: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Moderator: Fred Moavenzadeh, President, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates Speakers: • H.E. Dr Adnan Badran, President Petra University, Jordan • Mohammed Baniyas, Provost, UAE University, UAE • Tod Laursen, President, Khalifa University, UAE • Larry Wilson, Provost, Zayed University, UAE

10:30- Coffee Break 11:00 11:00- What is Driving Innovation in Future Energy Technologies? 12:00 Moderator: Jason Pontin, Editor- in-Chief and Publisher, MIT Technology Review, USA Speakers: • Sven Alkalaj, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Switzerland 16:00- Session B4: Sustainable Use of Bioenergy • Dolf Gielen, Director IRENA Innovation and Technology Centre, 17:00 Moderator: Heinz Kopetz, President, World Bioenergy Association, Sweden Speakers: Germany • Salem Al-Kaabi, Deputy General Manager, Center for Waste • Bjorn Haugland, Group Chief Technology & Sustainability Officer, Management (CWM), UAE DNV Group, Norway • Michelle T Davies, Partner, Head of Clean Energy and Sustainability, • Morten Mauritzen, Lead Country Manager, ExxonMobil Eversheds LLP, UK Companies in UAE, UAE • Jose Goldemberg, Institute of Electrotechnics and Energy, Brazil • Brian Shaad, Co-Founder, Mera Gao Power, New Dehli, India 12:00- Future Perfect? 13:00 Moderator: Chris Hartshorn, Director, Lux Research, USA Speakers: • Daniel Kammen, Director, Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, UC Berkeley, USA • Mark Kenber, CEO, The Climate Group, UK • Eddie O’Connor, CEO Mainstream Renewable Power, Ireland • Jérôme Pécresse, President Renewable Power, Alstom, Switzerland • Wim Thomas, Chief Energy Advisor, Shell, The Netherlands 14:30- Parallel Sessions 15:30 Session A3: Solar Energy – The Technologies Moderator: Dave Renné, President, International Solar Energy Society (ISES), USA Speakers: • Alvin Compaan, Distinguished University Professor of Physics, Emeritus and Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, Xunlight 26 University of Toledo, USA • Raffi Garabedian, CTO First Solar, USA • Rémi Coulon, Chief Commercial Officer, AREVA Renewable Energy, France • Wu Zhenyu, Senior Engineer, Hanergy, China

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Session C4: The Evolution of Hydropower Moderator: Tracy Lane, Executive Director, International Hydropower Association, UK Speakers: • Roy Adair, CEO, Hydro Tasmania, Australia • Vivien Foster, Manager, Energy Unit, Sustainable Energy Department, World Bank, USA • Øivind Johansen, Assistant Director General, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway • Óli Grétar Blöndal Sveinsson, Executive Vice President, Landsvirkjun Hydropower, Iceland Session D4: Progress Towards Sustainable Transportation Jan-Olaf Willums, Founder and Chairman, Inspire Invest, Norway Speakers: • Andy McDonald, Senior Director Renewable Energy, Scottish Enterprise, UK • Abdulla Nasser, Head of UITP, MENA Regional Office, UAE 17:00- Water/Energy Nexus Joint Plenary session with the International 17:30 Water Summit Moderator: Tarek El Sayed, Principal Booz and Co, Lebanon Speakers: • Wael Almazeedi, Co-Founder and CEO, FATE Consortium, USA • IPeter Gleick, President Pacific Institute, USA • Raghubir Gupta, RTI International, USA www.worldfutureenergysummit.com


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Capital Suite 6

15th January 2013 12.00 – 13.30

BMU Energiewende globally - what needs to be done for a future renewable energy system

IEA-RETD Launch of the publication 'Renewable Energy Action on Deployment, READy'

15th January 2013 18.00 – 19.00

BMZ/BMU Energy-Water-Nexus: How to support integrated energy and water planning to achieve sustainable economic growth

Carbon Disclosure Project CREIA/GIZ Highlighting the results of CDP’s Solar PV deployment between carbon reporting system for 2012 subsidies and markets – exploring ways to a more sustainable development path

16th January 2013 13.30 – 15.00

Global Education Energy Environment Advancements in Renewable Energy Education and Technology through International Collegiate Competitions

IRENA/REN21 Renewable Energy Data to attract investment in renewable energy – findings from REDAF

ACORE Global Finance: The Strategy in the MENA Region

Clean Energy Council Smart, off and micro-grids: the future of renewable energy

16th January 2013 17.30 – 18.30

17th January 2013 13.00 – 14.30

Capital Suite 10

EWS-WWF/IRENA Role of Renewable Energy in the GCC

IRENA/IDAE Renewable energy policy measures assuring a sustainable massive deployment of renewables

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DAY: TUESDAY 15TH JANUARY 2013 PROGRAMME 11:00 - 12:00

Opening Ceremony

12:00 - 13:00

Royal Tour of the Exhibition

Ministerial Panels (13:30 - 17:30): 13:40 – 13:50 Keynote: Mr. Wu Hongbo, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations 13:50 – 14:30 PANEL 1: Sustainable Energy for All The high-level ministerial panel on Sustainable Energy for All will give an overview of the highlights of the 2012 International Year of Sustainable Energy for All. It will take stock of concrete actions of the UN Secretary General’s initiative Sustainable Energy for All, which calls to promote action around three inter-linked and complimentary objectives to be reached by 2030: • Ensure universal access to modern energy services; • Double the rate of improvement in energy efficiency; • Double the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix. This session will also look at the challenges and opportunities in reaching these objectives, which will depend on close collaboration between the public and the private sector. 14:30 – 14:40 Keynote: Mr. Jeffrey Sachs, United Nations Secretary-Genera’s Special Adviser on the Millennium Development Goals and Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, United States

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14:40 – 15:30 PANEL 2: Building National Frameworks for Renewable Energy Policies have played a major role in driving renewable energy markets, investments, and industry growth at the state and regional levels. The success of these national frameworks has often rested on the quality of their design and then implementation. For continued success it is consequently paramount Governments continue to update and revise policies in response to technology improvements and adaptation in market needs and drivers. This session will discuss renewable energy policy developments and best practice implementation. It will also address the need for renewable energy policy design to evolve as renewable energy becomes an integral part of the energy mix. 15.30 – 15.40 Keynote: Ms. Connie Hedegaard, European Commissioner for Climate Action in the European Commission 15:40 – 16:30 PANEL 3: Renewable Energy in an Evolving Global Energy Market The renewable energy sector, a global, long term growth story, represents a significant catalyzing opportunity to nation states, offering both sector job creation, and the prize of new, export oriented industrial sectors in an increasingly competitive world market elsewhere. But to win that prize renewable energy needs long-term, transparent and fair policy frameworks. Ever changing legislation and

policy uncertainty is, increasingly, a threat to both investment and market momentum. This session will identify and discuss best practices for achieving a practical, constant policy framework to harness renewable energy, to support sustainable economic growth, and to deliver energy security and industrial diversification. In 2013, countries around the world have accepted renewable energy policy will increasingly be an integral pillar of their industrial, climate change and energy security policies, and that now is the time to devise and implement policies to achieve successful integration. 16:30 – 16:40 Keynote: Mr. Todd Stern, Special Envoy for Climate Change, United States 16:40 – 17:30 PANEL 4: Water Energy Nexus Water and energy are mutually dependent resources: Producing energy requires water and water infrastructure requires large amounts of energy. The amount of water needed by our existing consumption growth is increasing constantly. To sustain both dependable energy production and water supply, governments must manage these resources in tandem, simultaneously, and achieve a higher level of understanding of their interdependence. Technologies that increase efficiency and reduce consumption for both water and energy systems is both a promising, and necessary area for future investment.


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SUMMIT SPEAKERS Christine Lins

Nart Bouran

Executive Secretary, REN21, France Wednesday 16th January 2013

Head of Sky News Arabia, UAE

Opening and Welcome to ADIREC, Opening hosted by WFES 2013 09:00-09:30

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Plenary Opening Interviews: Renewable Energy Outlook - What's on the Cards? 09:30-10:30

Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber

H.E. Christiana Figueres

Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, Special Envoy for Energy and Climate Change, and CEO, Masdar, UAE

Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Germany

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Opening and Welcome to ADIREC, hosted by WFES 2013

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Keynote Address: Renewable Energy in Times of Economic Turmoil: The Role of International and Domestic Policies

09:00-09:30

10:30-10:40

Mohamed El-Ashry Chairman of REN21 and Senior Fellow, UN Foundation, USA

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Opening and Welcome to ADIREC, hosted by WFES 2013

Steve Howard Chief Sustainability Officer IKEA Group, Sweden

Keynote Address 10:40-10:50

09:00-09:30

Fatih Birol H.E. Faroukh Abdullah

Chief Economist, IEA, France

Minister for New and Renewable Energy Sources, India

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Opening Interviews: Renewable Energy Outlook - What's on the Cards?

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Opening and Welcome to ADIREC, hosted by WFES 2013

09:30-10:00

09:30-09:30

Eric Martinot

H.E. Liu Qi

Lead Author, REN21 Renewables Global Futures Report, Japan

Vice-Minister National Energy Administration, China

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Opening and Welcome to ADIREC, hosted by WFES 2013

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Plenary Opening Interviews: Renewable Energy Outlook - What's on the Cards? 10:00-10:30

09:00-09:30

H.E. Yagshigeldi Kakayev Deputy Prime Minister, Turkmenistan

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Opening and Welcome to ADIREC, hosted by WFES 2013 09:00-09:30

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SPEAKERS CONTINUED

15TH JANUARY 2013

Dana Younger

Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho

Chief Renewable Energy Specialist, IFC, USA

Sustainable Energy Lead Specialist, Inter-American Development Bank, USA

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil 11:15-11:45

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil - Public Sector Finance

Jonathan Plowe

11:45-12:15

Managing Director, New Energy & Infrastructure Solutions Cross Asset Solutions & Strategies, Bank of America, USA

Seethapathy Chander

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil - Private Sector Finance 11:15-11:45

Director General, Asian Development Bank, The Philippines

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Admidst Economic Turmoil - Public Sector Finance 11:45-12:15

Torben Mรถger Pedersen CEO, Pension Danmark, Denmark

Manfred Konukiewitz,

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil - Private Sector Finance

Deputy Director General, Global and Sectoral Policies, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation, Germany

Vivek Mehra

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil - Public Sector Finance

Managing Director, Aloe Private Equity, India

11:45-12:15

11:15-11:45

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil - Public Sector Finance 11:15-11:45

Craig O'Connor Director of the Office of Renewable Energy & Environmental Exports, Export-Import Bank of the USA, USA

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil - Private Sector Finance 11:15-11:45

Frank Wouters Deputy Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Amidst Economic Turmoil Public Sector Finance 11:45-12:15

Farrukh Mahmood Mian, Manager, Energy and ICT Division, Infrastructure Department, Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Admidst Economic Turmoil - Public Sector Finance 11:45-12:15

Philippe de Fontaine Vive Vice President, Innovation, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Plenary Session: Renewable Energy Finance Growth Admidst Economic Turmoil - Public Sector Finance 11:45-12:15

Paolo Frankl Head of Unit, International Energy Agency, France

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies 12:15-12:45

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Hosted by:

Santiago Seage

Arthouros Zervos

Chairman & CEO, Abengoa Solar, Spain

Chairman & CEO, Public Power Corporation, Greece

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies 12:15-12:45

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session 3: The View from Industry CEOs of Utility Companies 12:45-13:15

Tulsi Tanti Chairman and Managing Director, Suzlon Energy, India

Kornelis Blok

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy Efficiency The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy

12:15-12:45

15:00-16:00

Roy Adair

Bashar Zeitoon

CEO, Hydro Tasmania, Australia

Program Director, Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED), Lebanon

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session : The View from Industry CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies 12:15-12:45

Director of Science, Ecofys, The Netherlands

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy Efficiency The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy 15:00-16:00

Bader Al Lamki Director, Masdar Carbon, UAE

Yamina Saheb

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies

Head of Sustainable Buildings Centre, IEA, France

12:15-12:45

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy Efficiency – The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy

Henning Gloystein

15:00-16:00

Senior European Power & Gas Correspondent, Thomson Reuters, UK

Jacob Fontijine

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Renewable Energy Companies 12:45-13:15

COO, DNV KEMA Benelux, Middle East & Africa

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy Efficiency – The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy 15:00-16:00

H.E Abdulla Saif Al Nuaimi Director General, Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA), UAE

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Utility Companies

Francesco Starace Renewable Energy Division Director and CEO, ENEL Green Power, Italy

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Plenary Session: The View from Industry CEOs of Utility Companies

Carole Le Gall, Director General Centre Scientifique et Technique du B timent3(CSTB) (Scientific and Technical Research Center for the Built Environment and Construction), France

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy Efficiency - The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy 15:00-16:00

12:45-13:15

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SPEAKERS CONTINUED

15TH JANUARY 2013

Harry Verhaar

Hans-Jørgen Koch

Head, Global Public & Government Affairs, Phillips Lighting, The Netherlands

Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of Climate, Energy and Buildings of Denmark/ Chairman of IEA-RETD

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Energy Efficiency – The Second Pillar of Sustainable Energy 15:00-16:00

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches 15:00-16:00

Emanuela Menichetti Director Renewable Energy, Observatoire Méditerranéen de l’Energie (OME), France

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - MENA – A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment 15:00-16:00

Tareq Emtairah Executive Director, RCREEE, Egypt

Karsten Sach Deputy Director General, International Cooperation in the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - MENA – A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment

15:00-16:00

15:00-16:00

Dennis McGinn

Stefan Singer

President and CEO, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), USA

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - MENA – A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches

15:00-16:00

15:00-16:00

Yousif Al-Ali

Tarun Kapoor

Director, SHAMS

Joint Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Sources of India

Director, Global Energy Policy, WWF, Belgium

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - MENA – A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment 15:00-16:00

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches

Marc Févre

15:00-16:00

Partner, Energy, Mining and Infrastructure (EMI) Group, Baker & McKenzie, UK

Gauri Singh

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - MENA – A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment 15:00-16:00

Nejib Zaafrani Senior Executive Energy Advisor and Adjunct Professor, Masdar Institute, UAE

Director Knowledge Management and Technology, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches 15:00-16:00

Wednessday 16th January 2013 MENA - A Rising Star in Renewable Energy Investment

Nick Carter

15:00-16:00

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Regulatory Policies - Fiscal Incentives and Evolving Regulatory Approaches

Director General, Regulation and Supervision Bureau, Abu Dhabi, UAE

15:00-16:00

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Hosted by:

Richenda Van Leeuven

Sjaak Antheunisse

Executive Director Energy and Climate, Energy Initiative, UN Foundation, USA

Market Leader, Alcatel-Lucent, The Netherlands

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Rural Renewable Energy

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Integrating Renewables - The Role of Powergrids and ICT 16:30-17:30

15:00-16:00

Hiroshi Ogawa Ernesto Macias President, Alliance for Rural Electrification, Belgium

General Manager, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Japan

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Rural Renewable Energy

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Integrating Renewables - The Role of Powergrids and ICT

15:00-16:00

16:30-17:30

Daniel Hugo Bouille

Kaisa Kosonen

Senior Researcher – President, Fondacion Barliloche, Argentina

Greenpeace

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Rural Renewable Energy

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Integrating Renewables - The Role of Powergrids and ICT 16:30-17:30

15:00-16:00

Oliver Orsini Arne Schweinfurth Advisor German International Cooperation (Giz/ASEAN Centre for Energy), Indonesia

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Rural Renewable Energy

Senior Executive Vice President, EDF Group, France

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Integrating Renewables - The Role of Powergrids and ICT 16:30-17:30

15:00-16:00

Ben Warren Pradeep Monga Director of Strategy, UNIDO, Austria

Energy & Environmental Infrastructure Leader, Ernst & Young, UK

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Rural Renewable Energy

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy

15:00-16:00

16:30-17:30

Jean-Marc Otero del Val

Li Jungfeng

VP Strategy New Energies, Total, France

Director General, Climate Change Center, Secretary General, China Renewable Energy Industry Association (CREIA), China

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Rural Renewable Energy 15:00-16:00

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy

Philippe David

16:30-17:30

Head of Energy, Utilities, Chemicals, CapGemini, France

Vinod Kala

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Integration of Renewables - The Role of Powergrids and ICT 16:30-17:30

Founder & Managing Director, Ventures, India

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy 16:30-17:30

Jeung-Soo Huh President & CEO, Korea Energy Management Company, Republic of Korea

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Integrating Renewables - The Role of Powergrids and ICT 16:30-17:30

Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes President, European Renewable Energy Council (EREC), Belgium

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy 16:30-17:30

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SPEAKERS CONTINUED

15TH JANUARY 2013

Michael Eckhart Managing Director & Global Head of Environmental Finance, Citigroup, USA

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy 16:30-17:30

Abdullah Awadh Al Gahtani Consultant, Strategy Team, King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A.CARE), Saudi Arabia

Wednesday 16th January 2013 - Powering Ahead, Leadership in Renewable Energy

Domingos Pires Former Deputy Secretary for Urban Development and Coordinator of University of Sao Paulo Cities Research Centre, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Cities and Community Power 16:30-17:30

Robert Bradley Senior Advisor, Directorate of Energy and Climate Change, UAE

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy in Transformation

16:30-17:30

16:30-17:30

Benjamin Sovacool

Henri Winand

Associate Professor, Vermont Law School, USA

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Cities and Community Power

CEO, Intelligent Energy, UK

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy in Transformation

16:30-17:30

16:30-17:30

Christopher Sorenson

Robert Kleiburg

Strategic Partnerships New Ventures, Masdar, UAE

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Cities and Community Power 16:30-17:30

Jonathan Kendall Partner and Director Urban Design, Fletcher Priest, UK

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Cities and Community Power 16:30-17:30

Chief Operations Officer, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), The Netherlands

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy in Transformation 16:30-17:30

Aldo Flores-Quiroga Secretary General, International Energy Forum, Saudi Arabia

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy in Transformation 16:30-17:30

Michael Geissler CEO, Berlin Energy Agency/Member C40

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Cities and Community Power 16:30-17:30

Hugo Lucas Director Policy Advice and Capability Building, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Saif Al Sayari Executive Officer, Head of Energy, The Abu Dhabi Energy Company (TAQA) Global, UAE

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Energy in Transformation 16:30-17:30

Wednesday 16th January 2013 Cities and Community Power 16:30-17:30

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SPEAKERS CONTINUED

THURSDAY 16TH JANUARY 2013

SUMMIT SPEAKERS Daniel Arvizu

Harishe Hande

Director, National Renewable Energy

Founder Selco, Social Entrepreneur, India

Laboratory, USA

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Plenary Session - THow Innovation and

Keynote Interviews

Technology Will Shape the Future

09:00-09:30

09:30-10:30

James Cameron

Morgan Bazillian

Founder and Executive Chairman, Climate

Deputy Director, Joint Institute for Strategic

Change Capital, UK

Energy Analysys, National Renewable

Thursday, 17th January 2013 -

Energy Laboratory, USA

Plenary Session - How Technology and

Thursday 17th January 2013 - Plenary

Innovation Will Shape the Future

Session - THow Innovation and

09:30-10:30

Technology Will Shape the Future 09:30-10:30

Nawal al Hosany Director Sustainability, Masdar, and Director,

Thursday, 17th January 2013

Zayed Future Energy Prize, UAE

11.00-12:00

Thursday 17th January 2013 Plenary Session - How Technology and

Jason Pontin

Innovation Will Shape the Future

Editor- in-Chief and Publisher, MIT

09:30-10:30

Technology Review, USA

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Richard Kauffman

Plenary Session - What’s Driving

Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy

Innovation in Future Energy

US Department of Energy, United States

Technologies?

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

11.00-12:00

Plenary Session - How Innovation and Technology Will Shape the Future

Dolf Gielen

09:30-10:30

Director, Innovation and Technology Center, International Renewable Energy Agency

Martin Hiller

(IRENA)

Director General, Renewable Energy and

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP),

Plenary Session - What’s Driving

Austria

Innovation in Future Energy Technologies?

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

11.00-12:00

How Innovation and Technology Will Shape the Future 09:30-10:30

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SPEAKERS CONTINUED

THURSDAY 16TH JANUARY 2013

Bjorn Kj Haugland

Mark Kenber

Group Chief Technology & Sustainability

CEO, The Climate Group, UK

Officer, DNV Group, Norway

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Plenary Session - Future Perfect?

Plenary Session - What’s Driving

12:00-13:00

Innovation in Future Energy Technologies? 11.00-12:00

Jérôme Pécresse President Renewable Power, Alstom

Brian Shaad

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Joint Founder, Mera Gao Power, India

Plenary Session - Future Perfect?

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

12:00-13:00

Plenary Session What’s Driving Innovation in Future Energy

Daniel Kammen

Technologies?

Director, Renewable and Appropriate

11.00-12:00

Energy Laboratory, UC Berkley, USA

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Sven Alkalaj

Plenary Session - Future Perfect?

Under Secretary of the United Commission for

12:0-13:00

Europe, United Nations, Swiss Confederation

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Wim Thomas

Plenary Session - What’s Driving

Chief Energy Advisor, Shell, The Netherlands

Innovation in Future Energy Technologies?

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

11.00-12:00

Plenary Session - Future Perfect? 12:00-13:00

Morten Mauritzen President, ExxonMobil Affiliates UAE, ExxonMobil

Dave Renne

Thursday 17th January 2013

President, International Solar Energy

Plenary Session - What's Driving

Society (IES), USA

Innovation in Future Energy Technologies?

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

11.00-12:00

Solar Energy - The Technologies 14:30 -15:30

Chris Hartshorn Director, LUX Research, USA

Rémi Coulon

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Chief Commercial Officer, AREVA Renewable

Plenary Session - Future Perfect?

Energy, France

12:00-13:00

Thursday 17th January 2013 Solar Energy - The Technologies

Eddie O’Connor

14:30 -15:30

CEO, Mainstream Renewable Energy Power, Ireland

Raffi Garabedian

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

CTO, First Solar, USA

Plenary Session - Future Perfect?

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

12:00-13:00

Solar Energy - The Technologies 14:30 -15:30

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Hosted by:

Alvain Compaan

Zhou Jianqing

Distinguished University Professor of Physics,

Deputy General Manager, Goldwind

Emeritus and and Co-Founder, Xunlight 26

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

University of Toledo, United States

Wind Energy

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

14:30 -15:30

Solar Energy - The Technologies 14:30 -15:30

Roland Horne President, International Geothermal

Wu Zhenyu

Association (IGA) & Professor at Stanford

Senior Engineer, Hanergy, China

University in Energy Resources

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Engineering, USA

Solar Energy - The Technologies

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

14:30 -15:30

Geothermal Energy 14:30 -15:30

Steve Sawyer Secretary General, Global Wind Energy

Ladislaus Rybach

Council, Belgium

Director, International Geothermal

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Association, Scientific Advisor GEOWATT

Wind Energy

AG, Swiss Confederation

14:30 -15:30

Thursday 17th January 2013 Geothermal Energy

Stefan Gsänger

14:30 -15:30

Secretary General, World Wind Energy Association (WWEA), Germany

Albert Genter

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Scientific Manager, GEIE Exploitation Minière

Wind Energy

de la Chaleur, France

14:30 -15:30

Thursday 17th January 2013 Geothermal Energy

Roland Heyselaar

14:30 -15:30

Head of Business and Project Development, Masdar Clean Energy, UAE

Surya Darma

Thursday 17th January 2013

Indonesian Director, International

14:30 -15:30

Geothermal Association, Indonesia

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Morten Albaek

Geothermal Energy

SVP Marketing & Corporate Affairs, Vestas,

14:30 -15:30

Denmark

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Agnes De Jesus

Wind Energy

Senior Vice President of Environmental &

14:30 -15:30

External Relations and Compliance Office, Energy Management Company, The

Adam Bruce

Philippines

Global Head of Corporate Affairs, Mainstream

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Renewable Power, UK

Geothermal Energy

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

14:30 -15:30

Wind Energy 14:30 -15:30

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SPEAKERS CONTINUED

THURSDAY 16TH JANUARY 2013

Peter Rae

H.E. Dr Adnan Badran

Honorary Chairman, REN Alliance

President Petra University, Jordan

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013

Energy Storage

Building a Robust R&D Infrastructure

14:30 -15:30

16:00-17:00,

Brent Perry

Mohammed Baniyas

President & CEO, Corvus Energy

Provost, UAE University, UAE

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday, 17th January 2013 -

Energy Storage

Building a Robust R&D Infrastructure

14:30 -15:30

16:00-17:00

Richard Taylor

Larry Wilson

Executive Director, International Hydropower

Provost, Zayed University, UAE

Association (IHA), UK

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Building a Robust R&D Infrastructure

Energy Storage

16:00-17:00

14:30 -15:30

Heinz Kopetz Christoph Stiller

President, World Bioenergy Association,

Clean Energy Technology, Linde Innovation

Sweden

Management, Germany

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Sustainable Use of Bioenergy

Energy Storage

16:00-17:00

14:30 -15:30

Professor Jose Goldemberg Alex Lu

Physicist, Institute of Electrotechnics and

Senior Business Director, BYD, China

Energy, Brazil

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Energy Storage

Sustainable Use of Bioenergy

14:30 -15:30

16:00-17:00

Fred Moavenzadeh

Michelle T. Davies

President, MASDAR Institute of Science and

Partner, Eversheds, UK

Technology, UAE

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday, 17th January 2013 - Solar 2 -

Sustainable Use of Bioenergy

Innovation and Entrepremeurship

16:00-17:00

16:00-17:00

Fleming Voetman Tod Laursen

Positioning Director, Novozoymes, Denmark

President, Khalifa University, UAE

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday, 17th January 2013 -

Sustainable Use of Bioenergy

Building a Robust R&D Infrastructure

16:00-17:00

16:00-17:00

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Hosted by:

Dr Salem Al-Khaabi

Abdulla Saleh Nasser

Deputy Manager, Center for Waste

Head of UITP MENA, Regional Office,

Management (CWM), UAE

United Arab Emirates

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Sustainable Use of Bioenergy

Progress Towards Sustainable Transportation

16:00-17:00

16:00-17:00

Tracey Lane

H.E. Dr Iyad Abumoghli

Executive Director, International Hydropower

UNEP Director and Regional Representative

Association (IHA), UK

Progress Towards Sustainable Transportation

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

16:00-17:00

The Evolution of Hydropower 16:00-17:00

Tarek El Sayed Principal, Booz & Co, Lebanon

Vivien Foster

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Manager, Energy Unit, World Bank

Water/Energy Nexus Joint Closing Session

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

17:00-17:30

The Evolution of Hydropower 16:00-17:00

Wael Almazeedi Co Founder and CEO, FATE Consortium, USA

Øivind Johansen,

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Assistant Director General, Ministry of

Water/Energy Nexus Joint Closing Session

Petroleum and Energy, Norway

17:00-17:30

Thursday 17th January 2013 The Evolution of Hydropower

Raghubir Gupta

16:00-17:00

Senior Research Director, Centre for Energy, RTI International, USA

Óli Grétar Blöndal Sveinsson

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

Executive Vice President, Landsvirkjun

17:00-17:30

Water/Energy Nexus Closing Session

Hydropower, Iceland

Thursda, 17th January 2013 -

Peter Gleick

The Evolution of Hydropower

President, Pacific Institute, USA

16:00-17:00

Thursday 17th January 2013 Water/Energy Nexus Joint Closing Session

Jan-Olaf Willums

17:00-17:30

Chairman, Inspire Invest, Norway

Thursday 17th January 2013 -

M. El Haffidi

Progress Towards Sustainable Transportation

Renewable Energy and Electricity Director, Ministry

16:00-17:00

of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment, Morocco

Andy McDonald

Thursday 17th January 2013

Senior Director, Renewable Energy and Low

Water/Energy Nexus Joint Closing Session

Carbon Technologies Scottish Enterprise, UK

17:00-17:30

Thursday 17th January 2013 Progress Towards Sustainable

Programme correct at time of printing

Transportation

(08 January 2013).

16:00-17:00

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ADVERTORIAL FEATURE

ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY (ADNOC) ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY (ADNOC) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1971, TO OPERATE IN ALL AREAS OF THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY AND, SINCE THEN, HAS STEADILY BROADENED ITS ACTIVITY ESTABLISHING COMPANIES AND SUBSIDIARIES AND CREATING AN INTEGRATED OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IN THE FELIDS OF EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION; SUPPORT SERVICES; OIL REFINING AND GAS PROCESSING; CHEMICAL AND PETROCHEMICAL; MARITIME TRANSPORTATION; AND REFINED PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTION.

The Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC), chaired by H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al–Nahyan, President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, formulates and oversees the implementation of Abu Dhabi petroleum policies. During the past four decades, ADNOC has expanded its business activities, enhanced its competitive position and managed to become one of the world's leading oil companies with substantial business interests in upstream and downstream activities, including transportation, shipping, marketing and distribution. ADNOC's efforts in the exploration and production field have concentrated on assessing undiscovered reserves and optimising hydrocarbon recovery by

develop a qualified UAE cadre for the energy sector.

improving the reservoir management.

The Petroleum Institute, the ADNOC Technical

Over the last few years significant achievements were made in the expansion and development of gas

programmes are but a few examples of ADNOC’s

fields to meet increased demand from industry gas

educational projects.

users and gas injection requirements in order to

ADNOC has 15 subsidiary companies working in

enhance the oil and condensate recovery from the

the various fields of the oil, gas and petrochemical

producing fields. ADNOC is committed to sustainable

industry as well as crude oil and gas transport and

development, ensuring a harmonious balance

services. They include ADCO, ADMA-OPCO,

between people’s needs and Earth’s resources, while

GASCO, ADGAS, ZADCO, TAKREER, NDC,

its track record in HSE sets the standard for the rest

ESNAAD, IRSHAD, FERTIL, BOROUGE, NGSCO-

of the Arabian Gulf.

ADNATCO, ADNOC Distribution, ELIXIER and Abu

Giving top priority to education, ADNOC established a number of instantiations that train and

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Institute, the Achievers’ Oasis and other scholarship

Dhabi Gas Development Company Ltd. (Al Hosn Gas).

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Empowering The Leaders of Tomorrow

Visit us at hall no.7, Stand #7350 during the World Future Energy Summit

from 15-17th January 2013 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi. To learn more about this program and how you can become a member,

visit http://www.masdar.ac.ae/YFEL.html

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PROJECT AND FINANCE VILLAGE OVERVIEW PROGRAMME Project & Finance Village: Powering the Future of Cleantech and Renewable Energy Investments, in association with Ernst & Young and supported by Bloomberg New Energy Finance The Project & Finance Village will showcase around 40 cleantech and renewable energy projects worth over $8 billion and provides a unique platform for project developers and entrepreneurs to network with the world’s cutting edge solution providers and thought leaders. WFES visitors and exhibitors can meet and interact with senior representatives within The Project & Finance Village and will also have the chance to attend project presentations and inform themselves about future business opportunities through prescheduled meetings and roundtable discussions. “POWERING THE FUTURE OF CLEANTECH AND RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTMENTS”. IN ASSOCIATION WITH: ERNST & YOUNG "SUPPORTED BY BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE”

Programme overview – Day 1 (Tuesday Jan 15, 2013) Time

Topic

13:30 – 13:40

Opening and welcome

Description Opening of the Project and Finance Village Theatre

13:40 – 14:00

Renewable Energy Attractiveness

Review of 2012 key trends, changes,

Index - A Year in Review - Looking at

and future outlook. Focus on the MENA

2012

countries that are part of the index.

14:00 – 15:00

Trends in global renewable markets, Panel Discussion:

comparing the development of mature,

Renewables in Emerging Markets – new

growing and nascent markets of India,

opportunities, new challenges

South Africa and Saudi Arabia

Speakers/Moderator Ernst & Young and Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Gil Forer – Ernst & Young

Moderator: Robert Seiter – Ernst & Young Kanika Chawla – REN21 Sunil Jan – Hero Energies Ltd. Elizabeth Marabwa Dept. of Energy, South Africa (tbc) Logan Goldie-Scot – Bloomberg New Energy Finance

15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break 15:30 – 16:30

National Renewable Energy Program -

Lessons learned and best practices in

Design, Finance and Implement -

designing, financing and implementing

Lessons learned from markets around

a national renewable energy program.

the globe

Direct and indirect benefits and issues to focus on vs the issues to avoid.

Moderator: Brunhilde Barnard – Ernst & Young Ernesto Macias Gallan – Alliance for Rural Electrification Surya Darma – International Geothermal Association

Closing at 16:30

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW – DAY 2 (WEDNESDAY JAN 16, 2013) “POWERING THE FUTURE OF CLEANTECH AND RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTMENTS”. IN ASSOCIATION WITH: ERNST & YOUNG "SUPPORTED BY BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE”

Time

Topic

Description

Speakers/Moderator

11:00 – 11:05

Opening and welcome

11:05 – 12:05

Renewable Energy Policy - Key Trends

An examination of the evolution

in Policy and Future Outlook

of renewable energy policies and its impact on the advancement and deployment of renewable energy in the near and far future

12:05 – 13:00

Lunch break

13:00 – 14:00

Local involvement in the clean energy

A discussion on the role of local

industry – are local content

companies and individuals in the

requirements the answer?

clean energy industry looking at their involvement to date, as well as future opportunities. How are local content requirements likely to affect this and what has been the result of local content criteria in other regions?

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Moderator: Logan Goldie-Scot – Bloomberg New Energy Finance Bruce Smith – ADWEA Brian Fan – Masdar Marc Norman – Chadbourne and Parke Safiatou Al Zouma – IRENA (tbc)

Moderator: Logan Goldie-Scot – Bloomberg New Energy Finance Mr. Bander Allaf – ACWA Power Vahid Fotuhi – ESIA Mokgadi Modise – Dept. of Energy, South Africa (tbc) Sami Khoreibi – Enviromena Ennis Rimawi – Millennium Energy Industries

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW – DAY 3 (THURSDAY JAN 15, 2013) “POWERING THE FUTURE OF CLEANTECH AND RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTMENTS”. IN ASSOCIATION WITH: ERNST & YOUNG "SUPPORTED BY BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE”

Time

Topic

Description

11:00 – 11:05

Opening and welcome

11:05 – 12:00

Financing Renewable Energy in

The role of private finance, key risks by

the Middle East and Africa -

banks and other investors, potential

Opportunities, Risks and Lessons

solutions, national programs, the role

Learned

of Islamic finance.

12:00 – 12:15 12:15 – 13:15

Speakers/Moderator

Moderator: Logan Goldie-Scot – Bloomberg New Energy Finance Steve Mercieca – Standard Chartered Bank Daniel Zywietz – Ambata Capital Daniel Schroth – African Development Bank (tbc) Brunhilde Barnard – Ernst & Young

Coffee break Renewable Energy Project

What are key aspects such as

Developers - Partnering for

organizational fit, corporate

success in MENA

governance, legal and tax issues that MENA based and non-MENA based companies have to consider when partnering to develop a renewable energy Joint Ventures for the MENA

Moderator: Ben Warren – Ernst & Young Roy Adair – Hydro Tasmania J Vishwanathan – Microsol International Sameer Abu Zaid – Solar Space Abraham Akkawi – Ernst & Young

market?

Closing at 13:15

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AT THE PROJECT AND FINANCE VILLAGE Company Name Sun & Life

Country KSA

Capacity in MW 25

Type

Value USD

Stand

PV Plant

Confidential

PV 10

Company Name Sun & Life

PV 16 Azuri Technologies

UK

PV 14

Azuri Technologies

Green Watts Renewable Energy LLC

UAE

83

Wind

6m

PV 17

Green Watts Renewable Energy LLC

CSEM

UAE

1

Solar

17M

PV 11

CSEM

Petra Solar

USA

5

Solar

24,7M

PV 18

Petra Solar

GVE Projects LTD.

Nigeria

1.8

PV Plant

45 M

PV 22

GVE Projects LTD.

Nareva Holdings

Morocco

200

Wind

400 M

PV 04

Nareva Holdings

30

Solar

N/A

PV 21

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)

King Abdullah University of Science & Saudi Arabia

Solar

PV 20

Technology-KAUST BM Holdings Inc

Turkey

19

Geothermal

75M

PV 03

1B

PV 29

Solar

Conergy Asia

UAE

Air Liquide

UAE

Passivsystems

United Kingdom

250

Solar

Berd

Guinea

N/ A

Hydro

Solite Electro Technology

UAE

Wind

Private

PV 23

Geotek Energy

USA

Geothermal Power

5,4 M

PV 27

GeoSyndicate Power

India

Geothermal Power

105M

PV 26

Solar

35

Mr. Sertac Akar Mrs. Umut Destegul Solaroglu

Energy PV 06 2.8 M

PV 08 PV 24

Prof D Chandrasekharam Dr Rama Chandrasekharam Dr Trupti Gurav "

UAE

10

Solar

30 M

PV 25

Kawar Energy

Jordan

65-130

Solar

280 M

PV 02

Arya Drillers

India

5

Geothermal

1M

PV 12

Let Bahrain Shine

USA

5

Solar

24.7

PV 07

Makkah Municipality 100 MW

KSA

100

PV Plant

300 M

Off Grid Power Application /

Nick Di Marcello Daniel Ziwietz

Enerwhere

Ameen Abdulgader Naib Al-Haram Mohammed Abdulbalsit Bahareth Mahmood Abdulallam Alsaati Ehab Jameel Al-refae Mazen Mahmood Farrash Raed Sameer Moamenah Rame Yousif Abo Al-faraj

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Indian Energy LTD

India

41.3

Win, hydro, solar

6M

European Jordanian Energy Projects,

Jordan

50

Concentrated solar

250 M

20

thermal, en. CSP,

PV 31

LLC

KSA

100

concentrated PV

60 M

PV 15

EJRE

UAE

250 KW

PV Plant

300 M

PV13

Makkah M unicipality 100 MW

UAE

N/ A

Solar

0.3 M

PV 35

Landex Green Technologies

KSA

160

Solar, Wind

N/A

PV 36

Eaton Corporation

Concentrated

1 Billion

ACWA Power International

Solar Plant

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DIARY PLANNER

WFES 2013 TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE PLATFORM SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS Programme overview – Day 1 (Tuesday Jan 15, 2013) Speaker

Company

Mr. Vic Andrews Managing Director

Ruud Lighing Arabia

Massive Energy Savings - LED instead of Incumbent Technology Tunnel Lighting Systems

As the first decade of the new millennium ended, it was thought that it was impossible to provide a 100% LED lighting solution in a roadway tunnel application. This however is not true, 2012 has witnessed continuous development and exponential growth in the performance of technology.

13:00 – 13:25

Mr. Bindeshwar Pathak Founder

Sulabh International

Toilet a Tool of Social Change

Sulabh maintains over 8000 public toilets on ‘pay & use basis; constructed 200 excreta based biogas plants invented by Dr. Pathak which attached to public toilets recycle and reuse effluent therefrom. Biogas produced is used for cooking, lighting mantle lamps, and electricity generation

13:30 – 13:55

Henry L. Han – Managing Director

Hann Ocean Energy Pte Ltd

Development of a Highly Efficient and Costeffective Wave Energy Convertor Drakoo

Since 2008, with the support of Singapore government’s Technology Innovation Grant, Hann-Ocean Energy (HOE) has been developing a twin-chamber wave energy convertor (WEC) “Drakoo” (Dragon King of Ocean

14:00 – 14:25

Dr. Eng. Bernd Brodbeck ‑ Senior Consultant

PV-Kraftwerker GmbH & Mobile Assembly Robot MOMO installs PV Power Plants of the future Co. KG

MOMO makes possible a new technology for handling, transport and assembly for photovoltaic modules.

14:30 – 14:55

Torben B. Hansen – Sales & Marketing Manager

Haldor Topsoe A/S

Cost-efficient Catalytic Oxidation of Emission Gases (Reduction of NOx plus abatement of CO & VOC

The objective of the presentation is to introduce catalytic technologies for abatement of VOCs and CO plus reduction of NOx used in air pollution control solutions.

15:00 – 15:25

Mr. Nasser Al Nashat Senior Engineer

Kuwait Oil Company

Solar energy at Kuwait Oil Company

The Company is developing the best ways in reducing causes of pollution when constructing using solar energy.

15:30 – 15:55

Ms. Tia Kansara – Phd Researcher

Kansara Hackney Ltd

What it means for Abu Dhabi to be energy efficient

This talk highlights the opportunities governing the Emirate for improving the energy efficiency and as a result, the successes in improved thermal comfort, health and well-being.

16:00 – 16:25

Mr. Isaac Kweku Otchere – Executive Director

Action on African Women Foundation Ghana

What Africa has not done to alleviate Poverty with Energy in Africa?

The Development and Energy in Africa (DEA) was a 30-month long project funded by the European Commission under its Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) COOPENER

16:30 – 16:55

Mr. Afeef Ikbarieh, Electrical Engineer Projects

Kuwait Oil Company

Wind energy at Kuwait Oil Company

Programme and co-financed by the Danish Government Kuwait Oil Company has always been the leading company when it comes to developing new and effective ideas paying great attention to the environment

17:00 – 17:25

This research, therefore, proposes the construction of an artificial dam that can be used, firstly as a container to receive brine (water with high salinity) from the thermal power plant at a higher temperature, allowed to cool it down naturally before being disposed in the sea, and; secondly, as a means of energy

17:30 – 17:55

Mr. Abdullah Alharbi ─ MEW Electrical Engineer

Topic

Building a Small Hydroelectric Power Station using Brine Disposal of Sabiya Thermal Plant

Overview

Time

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Programme overview – Day 2 (Wednesday Jan 16, 2013) Speaker

Company

Topic

Overview

Time

Mr. Nicholas Strevel Manager Power Plant Consulting

First Solar

State of the Art Utility Grade PV Plant Solution

Utility grade PV plant solutions required to make electricity produced from solar energy competitive with conventional sources have now been achieved

10:30 – 10:55

Kingsley Jackson Akai – Group Chief Executive

Gastec Group Nigeria

Renewable Energy Investment Opportunity in Nigeria

By the year 2025, renewable energy sources (RES) could be required to generate 25% of the annual energy consumption in Nigeria

11:00– 11:25

Dr. Jack Ko CTS Deputy Director

Renesola Ltd

Virtus Modules From Superior Ingot to Excellent Module

Following the successful launch of quasi-mono product Virtus I in the first half of 2012, ReneSola has grown its presence in a number of key PV markets around the world

11:30 – 11:55

Dr. Rob Hollering – CEO

Change Initiative/ Aquaver

A novel technology for sustainable & decentralized drinking water production

Aquaver has developed novel water treatment systems which are the next stage in energy efficiency: advanced products powered by waste heat

12:00 – 12:25

Dr. Takashi Kamei – Chief Strategic Officer (CSO)

Quan Japan Co., Ltd.

Energy storage into a cubic centimeter – a future vision opened by Mitrailleuse accelerator

100 g of thorium has a potential to produce 2.2 GWh of thermal energy. If this is converted to electricity with 44% of efficiency, it provides 1 GWh of electricity

12:30 – 12:55

Mr. Maarten Michielssens CEO

Econation

Smart daylight, smart savings, no investment

Energy efficiency – Lighting – Finance – ESCO model

13:00 – 13:25

Steffen Mueller Head of Technical Marketing

Centrotherm SiTec

Strategies to achieve best in class Polysilicon production cost in the Middle East

Highlight of the available TCS Purification Technologies provided by centrotherm SiTec.

13:30 – 13:55

Innovative Environmental Technologies Pvt. Ltd

Biogas to BioCNG- Solutions for Waste-toGreen-Fuel Projects: An Experience Sharing

Innovative Environmental Technologies Pvt. Ltd. has successfully commissioned the first large-scale BIOGAS to BIOCNG plant in India

14:00 – 14:25

Bioclimatic greenhouse presentation

Our proposal is to find a solution to the “finite farmland” issue and provide arid areas, usually with extreme weather conditions

14:30 – 14:55

Mr. Ashish Nawade CEO

Mr. Jose Alejandro Alzamora Ilion Energy LTD Perez – CEO Dr. Basel Abu Sharkh – Managing Director

IDEA Polysilicon Company

The GW integrated Silicon Value Chain

IDEA Polysilicon Company is building a 10,000 TPA Polysilicon plant in Saudi Arabia. It will also produce 1GW of wafers, cells and modules

15:00 – 15:25 15:30 – 15:55

Mr. Martin Erath – General Manager Middle East

GOPA Intec – International Energy Consultants GmbH

Smart Grid Energy Storage Applications in GCC

Recently, major GCC countries decided to join the international league of Green Economies driving the development of Smart Cities based on a broad range of projects, contributing to innovations in clean energy technologies and Smart Grids by integrating Smart Buildings

16:00 – 16:25

Mr. Logan Granger ─ Engineer

PV Power Plant Architecture & Design Optimization

Large PV power plants are already feeding energy into utility grids around the world. Wide acceptance of large PV power plants is made possible by sophisticated gridintegration technologies, high-quality components, and operations & maintenance services that are comparable to those used in conventional power plants.

16:30 – 16:55

First Solar

17:00– 17:25

Dr. Abiodun Abraham Adebanjo ─ Research and Development

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Fuel Saving Combustor

This combustion chamber will be partition into three chambers, one for fuel combustion, one for catalyst and the other for heater combustion chamber

17:30 – 17:55

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Programme overview – Day 3 (Thursday Jan 17, 2013) Speaker

Company

Topic Renewable Energy: Integrating Generation, Insulation,Storage and Application in manufacturing.

Overview The talk/presentation will focus on solar thermal energy utilization and

Time 10:30 – 10:55

Dr. Abdul Hai Alami Assistant Professor

University of Sharjah

Mr. Shiv Shukla Director Business Development – Asia, Middle East

Abener (ABEINSA BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT)

Integrated Solar Combined Cycle (ISCC)

Mr. David McMillan Regional Business Director

Grundfos Distribution FZE

Meet the Energy Challenge – Pumping Systems

Pumps and Pump Systems account for approximately 10% of the world’s power consumption. Think about that for a second, 10%. This is a huge amount of power for something that most people often don’t see or realize the importance of within our day to day lives

Mr. Allan Grant – Vice President Business Development

Corvus Energy Limited

Advanced Energy Storage System – Profitable & Green

Corvus Energy, together with its partner Alpha Technologies are deploying batteries and smart power conversion devices to the developing and developed world to help dramatically increase the efficiency of the power generation and delivery systems

Mr. Michael Nuyttens – CEO

ETAP U.A.E.

Breakthroughs for Sustainable Lighting Design, through technology

Thanks to the evolution in LED technology in the lighting industry, the high connected load in the existing buildings for indoor lighting and the uniqueness of the buildings in the UAE, sustainable lighting projects are source for new opportunities in energy saving measures and improved lighting schemes.

Matt Merfert – Director EPC - First Solar

First Solar

Photovoltaic Power Plants in the Middle East: Emerging Best Practices

Matt Merfert’ s presentation will provide an overview of First Solar’s industry-leading Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) business, which has completed 474MW of projects, and has an additional 2.9GW under construction

Mr.Tetsumi Watanabe Managing Co-director

Energy technology Management Ltd. (ETM)

Possibility of Solar Dish Engine in Desert Power

Prospective solar technologies in desert areas such as PV, CPV, CSP will be discussed

13:30 – 13:55

Mr. Ludo Arden Bertsh Smart Grid Expert/President

GOPA Intec – International Energy Consultants GmbH

Smart Homes & Smart Grid -Innovation through Collaboration – Made in Canada The Colwood Projecct

This City of “Smart Homes” is making use of latest technologies in the field of renewable energies, smart metering, smart home technologies and ICTs linking appliances and making them interoperable within the home and with the utility Smart Grid.

14:00 – 14:25

Mr. Maged Mostafa – CEO

Genesis Manazil Framing Factory

Energy Efficient and Green Building

Genesis Manazil has focused on leveraging its advanced thermally-efficient building systems using recycled cold-formed steel panels, designed and manufactured at its facility at Abu Dhabi Industrial City, and erected around the region, to engineer and continuously improve environmentally friendly and prefabricated structural building products

Manz AG

CIGS - Competitiveness now and in the future

CIGS market expectations in the past, real market development, expectations for the

Mr. In-Jea Lee – VP Sales Middle East Sea - India Korea

enhancement in solar collectors

The concept of Integrated Solar Combined Cycle (ISCC) power plants was

11:00 – 11:25

successfully implemented by Abengoa

11:30 – 11:55

12:00 – 12:25

12:30 – 12:55

13:00 – 13:25

14:30 – 14:55

15:00 – 15:25

future other thin film technologies, efficiency potentials lab cell. Overview of currently existing CIGS and CdT manufacturers. 15:30 – 15:55 16:00 – 16:25 16:30 – 16:55 17:00– 17:25 17:30 – 17:55

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RENEWABLES

LOW CARBON TECHNOLOGY AIMS FOR NEW HEIGHTS A NEW REPORT FROM THE RENEWABLE POLICY ENERGY NETWORK REN21 WILL BE LAUNCHED AT THE WORLD FUTURE ENERGY SUMMIT

This overview of the renewable energy market

2012’s International Year of Sustainable Energy for

charts industry, investment, and policy

All, and will be used to benchmark progress over

developments worldwide. It relies on the most

future decades. With oil now priced higher than gold, it makes

recent data available, provided by a network of more than 400 contributors and researchers

sense that renewable energy is still growing strongly.

from around the world.

Although some experts predict that the financial crisis

The full and diverse picture built shows a

is bound at some point to prompt a slow-down, the

remarkable growth in low carbon technologies.

evidence so far is to the contrary. Global investment

Despite the global slowdown, that growth has kept

is reaching new highs. Across the world,

going over the last two years. The report marks

governments are encouraging both individuals and

Renewable Energy Share of Global Final Energy Consumption, 2010

Biomass/solar/ geothermal hot water/heating

3.3 %

Hydropower

3.3%

Wind/solar/biomass/ geothermal power generation 0.9 %

Global energy

Biofuels

0.7%

Nuclear 2.7% Fossil fuels 80.6%

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RENEWABLES CONTINUED

Estimated Renewable energy share of global electricity production, 2011

The good news is that renewables have grown to supply an estimated 16.7% of global energy consumption in 2010

Fossil fuels and nuclear 79.7%

Hydropower

15.3%

Other 5.0% renewables (non-hydro)

Note: Based on renewable generating capacity in operation at year-end 2011.

companies to start thinking greener. Everywhere, from the

think their development paths, change is most definitely afoot.

supermarket to the mosque, the concept that saving the planet

In his 2012 State of the Union address, Obama restated his

could long-term mean saving money as well is taking hold.

commitment to renewable energy and mentioned the longstanding Interior Department commitment to permit 10,000

There is still policy uncertainty in many countries, of course. Yet with a re-elected President Barack Obama in the United

MW of renewable energy projects on public land in 2012. The

States and the carbon-rich Gulf states racing each other to re-

geography talks: renewables are now unstoppable.

Biomass to energy pathways

Industries

Municipalities

TRADITIONAL BIOM ASS

BIOMASS FEEDS TOCK

MODERN ENERGY CARRIERS

l feed ima An

hemicals Bio-c

Forestry

Conversion Processes

Agriculture

RESIDUES& BYPRODUCTS

Agriculture, forestry, other industries

ENER GY USES

ENERGY CROPS

BIOMASS CONSUMPTION

Transport Fuels

Electricity

Heating

BIOENE RGY END-USE CONSUMPTION

Cooking Transport Heating

Bi

o-

m at

e ri al

TRADITIONAL BIOENERGY

Residential, commercial and public buildings

NON-ENERGY USE S

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The report shows that Solar PV is the fastest growing of all renewable technologies at the moment, followed closely by concentrating solar power (CSP) and then wind power. However, demand is growing across the sector groups, from hydropower and geothermal, which are averaging 2-3 percentage growth a year, to liquid biofuels.

The good news is that renewables have grown to supply an estimated 16.7% of global energy consumption in 2010. Better news is that new technology is fully on the march: traditional biomass, used in developing countries for cooking and heating, is not really part of that growth. It is modern renewable technologies that have been growing strongly in sectors from power, to heating and cooling, and transport.

European Union says ‘Oui’ Germany continues to take the lead globally, not just in Europe. Renewables made up 12.2 per cent of its final energy consumption. Taking the EU as a whole, renewable account for more than 31.1 per cent of total electric capacity. Solar PV alone represented more than 47 per cent of new capacity.

Billion litres 110 100 90

Ethanol

80

Biodiesel

70

Total

66.1

50 40

20 10

86.1

21.4

73.1

49.5

60

30

86.5

21.0

24.2

28.5

31.1

39.2

17.0

19.0

0.8

1.0

1.4

1.9

2.4

3.8

6.5

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

10.5

15.6

17.8

18.5

2008

2009

2010

0

ETHANOL AND BIODIESEL PRODUCTION, 2000–2011

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GLOBAL WOOD PELLET PRODUCTION, 2000–2011

China takes front stage

Tonnes 20,000

18,252

18,000

Australasia & South Africa South America

16,000

14,54

North America 14,000

of this was non-hydro. Of its 90 GW of

11,72 ,

EU 27

newly-installed electric capacity, renewable

9,687

10,000

accounted for a third.

7 533 7,533

8000

5 19 5,19

6000 4000

1,65

2,19

2,64

3 040 3,040

Where’s the Beef?

3,999

US investments continued, despite the shale

0 2000

2001

2002

ended last year with more renewable energy capacity than any other nation. One quarter

Other Europe & Russia

12,000

2000

15 65 15,65

Is this a surprise? Probably not. China

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011 preliminary

gas boom and obstacles because of uncertainty over policy.

On top table... The top seven countries for non-hydro renewable electric capacity were China, The

HYDROPOWER TOTAL WORLD CAPACITY, TOP FIVE COUNTRIES, 2011

United States, Germany, Spain, India and Japan. However, the ranking looked very

China

Rest of the World

49 %

different on a per-person basis, with

22%

Germany in the lead. Perhaps surprisingly, Spain is next on the list, followed by Italy,

Brazil

8%

the United States, Japan, China and India.

United States

8%

The newbies

Canada

8%

The executive director of the UN

Russia

5%

Environment Programme, Achim Steiner, believes that this demand is ‘not happening by chance’. Much of the positive change is down to a more dynamic policy landscape. At least 118 countries had renewable energy

HYDROPOWER ADDED CAPACITY, TOP FIVE COUNTRIES, 2011

targets in place by the end of 2012. More than half of those were developing countries. For companies, this means business, and expansion into new markets.

Rest of the World

25%

In 2011, about 50 countries installed wind

49%

power capacity, for instance. New investment rose to a record USD 257 billion

Canada

5%

Brazil

6%

in 2004.

India Vietnam

6% 8%

developments is the way geothermal heating

China

in 2011 – this is almost six times the figure One of the most intriguing new has taken hold. At least 78 countries used direct geothermal energy in 2011. One

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SOLAR PV TOTAL WORLD CAPACITY, 1995–2011

Gigawatts

70

70 60 50

40.0

40

23.2

30 20 10

9.4 4.0 5.4 7.0 2.9 2.3 1.8 1.5 1.2 1.0 0.6 0.7 0.8

15.7

0

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

OLAR PV OPERATING CAPACITY, TOP 10 COUNTRIES, 2011

USA

6.9% 4.1% 1.9% 2.8% 2.9% 4.1% 4.4% 5.7%

Spain

6.5%

Japan

7.1%

Rest of World Other EU Australia Czech Republic Germany

35.6%

Belgium France China

Italy

18.3%

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RENEWABLES CONTINUED

The Full Picture for all end-use sectors: power, heating, cooling and transport. In the power sector, renewables accounted for almost half of the estimated 208 gigawatts (GW) of electric capacity added globally during 2011. Wind and solar photovoltaics (PV) accounted for almost 40% and 30% of new renewable capacity, respectively, followed by hydropower (nearly 25%). By the end of 2011, total renewable power capacity worldwide exceeded 1,360 GW, up 8% over 2010; renewables comprised more than 25% of total global powergenerating capacity (estimated at 5,360 GW in 2011) and supplied an estimated 20.3% of global electricity. Nonhydropower renewables exceeded 390 GW, a 24% capacity increase over 2010. Solar PV grew the fastest of all renewable technologies during the period from end-2006 through 2011, with operating capacity increasing by an average of 58% annually, followed by concentrating solar thermal power (CSP), which increased almost 37% annually over this period from a small base, and wind power (26%). Demand is also growing rapidly for solar thermal heat systems, geothermal ground-source heat pumps, and some solid biomass fuels, such as wood pellets. The heating and cooling sector offers an immense yet mostly untapped potential for renewable energy deployment. Heat from biomass, solar, and geothermal sources already represents a significant portion of the energy derived from renewables, and the sector is slowly evolving as countries (particularly in the European Union) are starting to enact supportive policies, as well tracking the share of heat derived from renewable sources. Trends in the heating (and cooling) sector include an increase in system size, expanding use of combined heat and power (CHP), the feeding of renewable heating and cooling into district networks, and the use of renewable heat for industrial purposes. Hydropower and geothermal power are growing globally at rates averaging 2–3% per year. In several countries, however, the growth in these and other renewable technologies far exceeds the global average.

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Established through Emiri Decree No. 10 in 1974, Qatar Petroleum is a state-owned corporation that is responsible for all phases of the oil and gas industry in the State of Qatar. Our operations range from exploration and drilling to production, refining and distribution of oil, gas and other hydrocarbon products to the world markets. Thriving on a spirit of enterprise, each of our joint ventures is underpinned by transparency, innovation and determination to achieve unparalleled standards of both quality and service. At Qatar Petroleum, we are committed to one thing above all: Excellence.


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RENEWABLES CONTINUED

MARKET SHARES OF TOP 15 SOLAR PV MODULE MANUFACTURERS, 2011

First Solar

(USA)

SunPower

(USA)

Canadian Solar

(Canada)

Sharp

(Japan)

Kyocera

(Japan)

REC

Other

(Norway)

5.7% 2.8% 4.0% 2.8% 1.9% 1.9%

51%

Suntech Power

(China)

Yingli Green Energy

(China)

Trina Solar

(China)

Tianwei New Energy

(China)

Hanwha-SolarOne

(China)

LDK Solar

(China)

Hareon Solar

(China)

JA Solar

(China)

Jinko Solar

(China)

5.8% 4.8% 4.3% 2.7% 2.7% 2.5% 2.5% 2.4% 2.3%

TOTAL SALES = >40 GW SOLAR HEATING TOTAL WORLD CAPACITY, TOP 12 COUNTRIES, 2010

Turkey Germany Japan

China

64.8%

Brazil Israel Greece India Austria Australia Italy United States Rest of world

72

5.1% 5.0% 2.2% 1.9% 1.6% 1.6% 1.5% 1.5% 1.1% 1.0% 1.0% 11.7%

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WIND POWER TOTAL WORLD CAPACITY, 1996–2011

238

Gigawatts 250

198

225 200

159

175 150 125 100 75 50 25

31

13.6 17.4 24 6.1 7.6 10.2

39

48

59

74

94

121

0

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010 2011

instance is in the Rift Valley, the vast trough that runs through the whole of Kenya, from north to south. Plans are to cover a quarter of Kenya’s energy needs by 2017. Life may soon change for Ethiopians, too: some experts calculate that the nation holds at least 1000 MW of geothermal energy. The interesting thing about geothermal power is its scalability: it can be used just as effectively by small villages as by entire cities. There are hundreds of fossils to be found in Kenya’s Tugen Hills. The Great Rift Valley held them in trust for between fourteen to four million years. Many hominids, the ancestors of we humans, were preserved for centuries in the laval flows of the valley’s chain of volcanoes. Now their heat will be responsible for nurturing their ancestors in an entirely different way. The ‘Renewables 2012 Global Status Report’ is published by The Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21). WFES delegates will be given a copy at the summit.

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WIND POWER CAPACITY, TOP 10 COUNTRIES, 2011

China United States Germany

+ 1.1 + 3.0

Spain India

+ 6.8

+ 2.0

+ 0,8 + 1.0 + 1.3 + 1.3 + 0.4

France Italy United Kingdom Canada Portugal 0

10

+ 17.6

2010 total added in 2011

20

30

40

50

60

70 Gigawatts

MARKET SHARES OF TOP 10 WIND TURBINE MANUFACTURERS, 2011

Vestas (Denmark)

12.9%

Siemens Wind Power (Denmark)

6.3%

GE Wind (USA)

8.8%

Gamesa (Spain)

8.2%

Enercon (Germany)

7.9%

Suzlon Group (India)

7.7%

Goldwind (China)

9.4%

Sinovel (China)

7.3%

United Power (China)

7.1%

Mingyang (China)

2.9% 21.5%

Others

TOTAL SALES:

> 40GW

SOLAR HEATING ADDED CAPACITY, TOP 12 COUNTRIES, 2010

France Israel Austria United States

2.9% 1.9% 1.5% 0.8% 0.8% 0.7% 0.6% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.4%

Rest of world

8.1%

Turkey Germany India Italy

China

74

81%

Brazil Australia Spain

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MEENA Renew SYRIA

MOR MOR ROCCO

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Prroject j Name: MASEN Mor M occan Solar Plan: Ouarzazate Solar IPP: Phasee II Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Masen) Capacity: 125 Power (meegawatt)

P oject Pr j Name: Masen Moroccan Solar Plan: Ouarzazate Solar IPP: Phasee I O Owner: Moroccan Agency fo or Solar Energgyy (Masen) C Capaci itty: 125.00 Power (megawatt)

Prro oject Name: Minis M try of Electricity Ho oms Solar Power Plant Owner: Syria Min nistrry of Electricity Capacity: 10 Power (megawattt)

Prroject j Name: Masen - Ouarz O azate Solar Power Plant - Phaase 4 Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Masen) Capacity: 125 Power (meegawatt)

P oject Pr j Name: ONE - Wind Integrated Proggramme : Phase II (Boujdour Wind Farm) a O Owner: Offfice f National de l’Electricite (Onee) C Capaci itty: 100.00 Power (megawatt)

Projject Name: PEEEGT - Sukhna/Hijana Wind IPP Owner: Public Esstablishment fo or Electricity Generation & Traansm mission (PEEGT) Capaciitty: 50.00 Power (megawatt)

Prrojject Name: Masen - Ouarz O azate Solar Power Plant - Ph hase 3 Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Masen) Capacity: 125 Power (meegawatt)

P ojject Name: Nareva Holdingg - Foum El Oue Pr O d Wind Power Plant O Owner: Nareva Holding C Capaci itty: 50.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject j Name: Masen Mor M occan Solar Plan Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Masen)

P oject Pr j Name: ONE - Wind Integrated Progr o ramme a : Phase II (TTaangier II Wind Farm) O Owner: Offfice f National de l’Electricite (Onee) C Capaci itty: 150.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject j Name: Masen Mor M occan Solar Plan: Sebkhat Tah a Solar Power Plant Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Masen) Capacity: 360 Builtt-up - area e (square meter) 500 Power (megawatt)

P oject Pr j Name: ONE - Wind Integrated Proggramme : Phase II (Jbel Lahdid Wind Farm) O Owner: Offfice f National de l’Electricite (Onee) C Capaci itty: 200.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject j Name: Masen Mor M occan Solar Plan: Boujdourr Solar Power Plant Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Masen) Capacity: 100 Power (meegawatt) 500000 Builtt-up area (square meeter)

P oject Pr j Name: ONE - Wind Integrated Proggramme : Phase I (TTaaza Wind Farm) O Owner: IBERDROLA RENOVABLES Offfice f National de l’Electricite (One) C Capaci itty: 150.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject j Name: Masen Mor M occan Solar Plan: Foum Al Ouad So olar Power Plant Owner: Moroccan Agenccy fo or Solar Energgy (Mase ( n)) Capacity: 500 Power (meegawatt) 5700000 Builtt--up area (square meeter)

P oject Pr j Name: ONE - Wind Integrated Proggramme : Phase II (Midelt Wind Farm)) O Owner: Offfice fif National ti l d de l?El l?Electricit t i ite (On (One)) C Capaci itty: 100.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject j Name: ONE /CED D/THEOLIA SA- Dismantling & Repowering of Wiind Farm at Koudia Al Al Baida Owner: Theolia*ONE*Co ompagnie Eolienne du D’troit (CED) Capacity: 100 Power (meegawatt)

P oject Pr j Name: ONE - Wind Integrated Proggramme : Phase II ( Laayoune Wind Farm a ) O Owner: ONE C Capaci itty: 300.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject j Name: ONE - Tarf a faya Wind Power Plant Owner: Offfice f National de d l’Eau Potable (Onep) Offfif ce National de l’Elecctricite (One) Capacity: 300 Power (meegawatt)

P oject Pr j Name: Nareva Holding - Haouma Wind W Power Plant O Owner: Nareva Holding C Capaci itty: 50.00 Power (megawatt)

JO OR OR RDA RD DA D A AN Prroject j Name: MENA Cleantech GmbH - Joan 1 Solar Power Plaant Owner: MENA A Cleantech GmbH Capacity: 100.00 Power (megawatt)

Prroject P j Name: MEMR - Al Kamshah Wind d Power Plant O Owner: Jordan Ministrry of Enerrgy g & Mineeral Resourrcces (MEMR) C Capaci ty: 35.00 Power (megawatt) t

Prroject j Name: Acwa Power / Cegco El-Quweira Photovoltaic a Solar Power Plant Owner: Acwa Power / Cegco El Capacity: 50.00 Power (m megawatt)

Prrojject Name: MEMR - Fujeij Wind Power Plant P O Owner: J dan Jor d Mi Minis i tr try off Ener E rgy g & Mine Mi erall Resourrces c (MEMR) C Capaci ty: 90.00 Power (megawatt) t

Prroject j Name: Kawar En nerrgy g / Ma'an Development Shams Maa'an Photovoltaic Power Plant Owner: Kawar Enerrgy g /M Ma'an Development Area *Kawar Energgy / Ma'an Development Area Capacity: 100.00 Power (megawatt) Prroject j Name: MEMR - Photovoltaic Power Plant Owner: Jordan Ministrry of Enerrgy g & Mineral Resources (MEM MR) Capacity: 40.00 Power (m megawatt)

Projject Name: MEMR - Al Harirr, Waadi Araba Pr a and Maan Wind Power Plants O Owner: Jordan Ministrry of Enerrgy g & Mineeral Resources (MEMR) C Capaci ty: 400 Power (megawatt) t

SAUDI ARABIA Prro oject Name: Mecca Municipality - Solar Power Project Ow wner: Mecca Municipality Cap pacity: 100 Power (megawatt) t

Project j Name: Solar Energy g and Technologiees Ow wner: Kacare Cap pacity: 41 gigawatts t

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ALLLG GE GE GERIA Prroject j Name: So onelgaz - Rouiba Solar Panels Plant Owner: Societé Nationalee de l'Electricite et du Gaz (Sonelgazz) Capacity: 120 Power (megawatt)

TUNISIA Projject Name: Nur u Energgie Ltd / Top o Oil Fields Services TuNur Solar Power Project Owner: To op Oil Fieeld Services Nur Enerrggie Ltd. Capaciitty: 1000 Power (megawattt) Prrojject Name: Mitsui M / Tunisian Government ‘El Borma ISCC Power Plant Owner: Mitsui / Tunisian u Government Capaci p ty: y 44 Power (meg ( gawatt))

Prrojject Name: STTEG - Bizerte Wind Farm Project Owner: STEG Capacity: 190.00 Power (megawatt) t

Prrojject Name: STE T G - Soleil de Nefta Solar Power Plant Owner: Societe Tun nisiennee de l’Electricite & du Gaz (SSTE TG Capacity:: 20 Power (megawatt) t


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wablee Energgy Map IRA AQ A Q Prroject o Name: PEEGT - Wind Farm Owner: Public Establishment fo or Electricity Generation & Transmission n (PEEGT)

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Prroject o Name: KRG - Dokan and Derbandikhan Emerrgency Hydrropo o werr Project Owner: Kur u distan Regional Government (KRG) Capacity: 649 6 Power (megawatt) t

Project Name: MWI - Zefta Barrage Rehabilitation Owner: Jordan Ministry off Water & Irrigation

Projject Name: NREA - Gulf of Zeit Wind Farm m - Lot IV Ow wner: New & Renewablee Enerrgy gy Authorityy (NREA)

Prroject o Name: KRG - Halwan, Gali Balinda & Delga Hydropower Plants Owner: Kur u distan Regional Government (KRG)

Project Name: MWRI Assiiut Barrage & Hydropower Plant Owner: Egypt Ministry of Water Resources & Irrigation Capacity: 32 Power (megawatt)

Projject Name: NREA - Gulf of Zeit Wind Farm m Ow wner: New & Renewablee Enerrgy gy Authorityy (NREA)* New & Renewablee Energgy Authority (NREA) Cap pacity: 200 Power (megawatt)

Prroject oj Name: KRG - Wind i d Farms Project Owner: Kur u distan Regional Government (KRG)

Project Name: NREA Kom m Ombo Concentrating Solar Power Plant Owner: New & Renewablee Enerrgy g Authority (NREA) Capacity: 100 Power (meggawatt)

Projject Name: NREA/ Suez Cement Compan ny Gabal Al Zeit Wind Farm Ow wner: Italgen Cap pacity: 120 Power (megawatt)

Project Name: NREA - Gulf of Zeit Wind Farm - Lot II & III Owner: New & Renewablee Enerrgy g Authority (NREA) Capacity: 200.00 Power (m megawatt)

Prroj oject Name: EETC - Gulf of Suez Wind Farm m Phase II Own ner: Egyptian Electricity Traansmission Com mpany (EETC) C) Cap pacity: 200.00 Power (megawattt)

QA Q ATAR A Prro oject Naame: KAHRAMAA A - Solarr Power Complex Owner: Qa Q tar General Electricity & Water Corporation t "K KAHRAMAA" Capacity: 3500 3 Power (megawatt)

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Project Name: Ministrry of Work o ks & Housing - Askkar a Waste Recycling c Plant Owner: Bahrain Ministry off Work o ks Capacity: 250000 Solid wasste (ton per day) Project Name: Ministrry of Work o ks & Housing - Askkar a Waste-to-En nerggy Plant Owner: Bahrain Ministry off Work o ks Capacity: 25 Power (megawatt) 1068 Solid waste (ton per day)

Prro ojject Name: KOC O - Integrated Concentrated e Solar Power (CSP) Plant Owner: Kuwait Oil Company (K KO OC)

Project Name: Taanmiyat Aloula Holdings - Photovoltaic Power Plant Owner: Taanmiyat Aloula Ho oldings

Prro ojject Name: MEW W - Al Abdaliya Integrated d Solar Combined Cylee (ISCC) Power Plan P t Owner: Kuwait Ministrry of Electricity & Water e Cap pacity: p y 228 Power ((meggawatt) t)

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Project Name: Dubai Municipality - Al-Warrsan s Was a teto-Enerrggy Plant Owner: Dubai Municipality Capacity: 6000 Solid waste (ton per day)

Prro oject Nam me: Masdar City's Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant Owner: Masdar Capacity: 10 0 (megawatt)

Project Name: DEW WA - Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Makktoum Solar Power Plant (Phase I) Owner: Dubai Electricity & Water Authority A (Dewa) Capacity: 10.00 Powerr (megawatt)

Prroject o Naame: DEW WA - Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Makktoum Solar Power Plant Owner: Du ubai Electricity & Water Authority (Dewa) Capacity: 1000 1 (megawatt) t

Project Name: Shams I Owner: Masdar / Abengoa / Tot o al Capacity: 100 (megawatt)

Prroject o Naame: Sir Bani Yas a Island Wind Farm Owner: Masdar & Tourism o Development & Investment Company (TDIC) Capacity: 28. 2 8 (megawatt)

Project Name: Mulkk Renewable En nerrgy g : Sharjah Solar Power Project Owner: Mulk Renewable Enerrgy g Capacity: 200 Power (megawatt)

Prro oject Name: Solar Islands Owner: Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority Plant az (SSTE T G)

Prro oject Name: GECOL - Daarnah Wind Farm Project Owner: General Electricityy Company of Libya (Gecol) Capacity:: 120 Powerr (meggawatt)

UAE

Project Name:: Noor 1 Owner: Masdar M Capacity: 100 (megawatt)

KUW WAIT A Prro ojject Name: PTTB - Kabad Was a te-to-Enerrggyy Plant Owner: Partnersships Technic e al Bureau (P PTB) T

Project Name: Ministrry of EElectricity & Water (MEW) - Hyb brid Solar and Wind Pilot Plant Owner: Bahrain Ministry off Electricity & Water Capacity: 10 Power (megawatt)

LIB BYA YA ant az

Prroj oject Name: EETC - Gulf of Suez Wind Farm m Own ner: Egyptian Electricity Traansmission Com mpany (EETC) Cap pacity: 250.00 Power (megawattt)

Prro ojject Name: MEW W / KISR : Abdeli Renewab ble Enerrggy Complex Owner: MEW / KISR Cap pacity: 70 Power (megawatt)

Prro oject Name: GECOL Al Maqrun M Wind Farm Owner: Generraal Electricityy Company of Libya (Gecol) Capacity:: 240 Powerr (meggawatt) t

Proje ect Name: GECOL Southwestern Region Wind W Farm Own ner: General a Electricity Company of Libya (Gecol) Capaacity: 120 Power (megawatt)

Prro oject Name: GECOL Sou utheastern Region Wind Farm Owner: General Electricityy Company of Libya (Gecol) Capacity: 120 Power (meggawatt) t

Proje ect Name: GECOL Western Region Wind Farm Own ner: General a Electricity Company of Libya (Gecol) Capaacity: 250 Powerr (megawatt)

YEMEEN Prro oject Name: Public Electriicity Corporation Al Mocha Wind W Farm Project Owner: Public Electricity Corporration (PEC) Capacity: 60 Power (megawatt) t

SUD DAN A Prroject j Name: DIU - Dam Compl C ex of Upper Atbar t a Projeect Owner: Sudan Ministrry of Irrrigation & Water Resources Capaci p ty: y 135 Power ((meggawatt) t)

OMAN Prrojje ect Name: PAEW A - Solar Power Plant Own ner: Oman - Public Authority fo or Electricityy & Water (P PA AEW) Capaacity: 200 Power (megawatt) t


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Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order A Abener Energia Abengoa

5

5500

Absolicon Solar Concentrator AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

ABU DHABI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

5

5320

Abu Dhabi Media

10

CC3 / CC4

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA)

5

5210

Atrium

A5

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council

Gold Sponsor

Arabian Reach - Green Middle East

9

9422

Arabianomics

AREVA

7

7400

ARIA TECHNOLOGIES

8

French Pavilion

Arya Drillers

10

PV07

AS-TECHNOLOGY SRL

8

8703

AsiaToday

Asy Medya Group - Energy World

ATA Carnet

8

8732

Atkepp Ltd

9

9933

AUGIER SAS

8

French Pavilion

Axpo Kompogas Ltd.

7

7415

Azuri Technologies

10

PV14

BAE Batterien GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Atrium

A12

ACONFORT - ENVISION SOLAR

8

8604

Activ Solar

9

9410

ACWA POWER

10

PV19

ADEREE

10

PV01

ADETEF

8

French Pavilion

ADIMRA

9

9630

Baer Measurements LLC

7

German Pavilion

AGI - AGENZIA GIORNALISTICA ITALIA

8

8020

BECKHOFF Automation GmbH/Dynamic Security LLC

7

7341

Air Liquide

10

PV08

7

Chinese Pavilion

AKW A+V Protec Industry GmbH

9

TXP1

Beijing Bestpower Technology & Engineering Co., Ltd Beijing Bridge International Fairs Co. Ltd.

8

8415

Al Futtaim Motors - Lexus

9

9200

7

7322

Al Iktissad Wal-Aamal

Beijing Remote Power Renewable Energy Science Technology Developing Co,.Ltd.

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

Beijing Sunda Solar Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

7

Chinese Pavilion

Beijing Tsingshang Int’l Exhibition Co.Ltd

8

8310

ALLCOM ENERGY

9

TXP7

7

7320

ALSA Solar Systems Limited L.L.C.

9

9000

Beijing Zhongguancun Overseas Science Park Co., Ltd

ALSOLAR

9

9406

BELECTRIC MIDDLE EAST LTD.

7

7240

ALSTOM

7

7100

BELIMO Automation FZE

7

Swiss Pavilion

Alternative Energy Africa

9

9645

Bennett Jones LLP- Abu Dhabi

9

Canadian Pavilion

BIOSAR ENERGY S.A.

9

Greece Pavilion

AMANDUS KAHL GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

Bloomberg New Energy Finance

10

PV34

AMONIX

8

8725

BM Holdings Inc

10

PV25

APEX Concrete Block Factory

9

9900

BNL Clean Energy AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Apollon Solar

8

French Pavilion

AQUANETTO AG

9

9020

Gulf Oilfield Directory

9

9936

80

B

Bumbou

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

Bureau of Waterworks, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

9

Japan Pavilion


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Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order Business Development Nidwalden

7

Swiss Pavilion

BYD Company Limited

6

6130

C

DCNS

8

French Pavilion

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Cairpol

8

French Pavilion

Designwerk GmbH

7

Swiss Pavilion

Calpak-Cicero Hellas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

DET NORSKE VERITAS (DNV)

7

7205

Campus France

8

8406

DIBBA MUNICIPALITY

5

5531

Canadian Solar EMEA GmbH

7

7200

Dimas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

Caparol Paints L.L.C

8

8121

Dolphin Energy

Atrium

A3

Capital Business Magazine

9

9734

DONGEIECOS Co., Ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Atrium

A13

Dubai Supreme Council of Energy

7

7310

Durafos Inc.

9

Korean Pavilion

Eco-Business

Ecoling Partner Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

ECONATION DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

9

Belgium Pavilion

Ecoprogetti SRL

8

8630

EDF

8

French Pavilion

edf solar GmbH

7

German Pavilion

EESA Verbundinitiative c/o VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Catecar Industries SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

CESI S.p.A

8

8230

Changzhou Jinuo New Energy Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Trina Solar Co., Ltd

5

6100

Changzhou Sheng Yang New Energy Company Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

CLA-VAL EUROPE SARL

7

Swiss Pavilion

Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC)

9

9423

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9431

CLEANERGY AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

CleanFizz SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

CleantechAlps

7

Swiss Pavilion

Club ADEME International

8

French Pavilion

CNBC - EMEA

EGBC

9

9630

CNN

Eldan Recycling A/S

8

8820

CNPV Solar Power SA

8

Chinese Pavilion

ELECNOR, S.A

6

6020

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

Elsevier

9

Dubai Expo 2020

E

9640 Associate Sponsor

CORINTH PIPEWORKS S.A.

8

8531

Emirates Aluminium

Corvus Energy

9

9320

Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology(E.S.M.A)

9

9810

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine

9

9732

Emirates Environmental Group

8

8951

CSEM-UAE Innovation Center LLC

10

PV11

EMIRATES GLASS LLC

9

Eco-Home

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation

6

6210

Emirates Solar Industry Association

9

9944

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

D DMS Global WLL Datalink Instruments

9

9937

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Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

7

German Pavilion

9644

Financial Times

9

9631

First Gulf Bank

Corner

CC1

Energy & Enviro Finland

First Solar

7

7330

Energy Blitz

Flamco Middle East

7

7525

Energy Efficiency News

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Energy Exemplar Pty Ltd

6

6030

Fondation Petite Cause, Grande Effets

7

Swiss Pavilion

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

Forbes Middle East Magazine

9

9635

Energy Press

Fortytwo Environmental Consultancy

8

8225

Energy Professionals Association

FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY ñ Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

Energy Update Magazine

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

7

8102

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing, Dresden branch (IZFP-D)

7

German Pavilion

Enerwhere

10

PV02

Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

Enmoveme

Fronius International GmbH

8

8331

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Frost & Sullivan

Enswico AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Environment and Protected Areas AuthorityGov.of Sharjah

FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH

7

8102

5

5430

7

7420

Environment Friends Society/ENGINEERING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES

Fujairah Municipality Environment Protection and Development Department

9

9740

FUTURA

Environmental Centre for Arab Towns

8

8940

Environnement S.A

8

French Pavilion

GAUZER

9

Greece Pavilion

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

empuron AG

7

German Pavilion

Energia Today News Media Group

9

Energia.sk

Ernst & Young

Sponsor

G

ETAP UAE

9

TXP5

Gebr. Schmid GmbH

7

German Pavilion

ETIHAD RAIL

5

5020

General Electric

6

6000

Eurabia Media

GeoModel SOLAR

8

8740

Euroasia Industry

GeoSyndicate Power Pvt Ltd

10

Everphoton Energy Corp.

7

7245

Geotek Energy

10

PV10

7

German Pavilion

Excel Industry Co. LLC

6

6400

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

EXPLORA

9

9630

Gestamp Solar

6

6230

Expotec

7

German Pavillion

GF Piping Systems

8

8540

Extol Wind

9

9424

GIGA SOLAR MATERIALS CORP.

8

8010

Exxon Mobil Corporation

5

5110

GL Garrad Hassan

7

German Pavilion

Global Green Growth Institute

5

5440

GOAL ZERO Middle East

8

8414

F Fabbrica Trentina Conduttori

82

8

8702


Hosted by:

Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order Gogreen2 Marketing Ltd

Goldwind International Holdings(Hong Kong) Ltd.

7

GOPA International Energy Consultants GmbH

Indian Energy Ltd.

10

PV24

7425

Indpro

8

Swedish Pavilion

8

8140

7

7220-7210

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Industrial Electronics Laboratory / Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

9

9630

Industrias Metalurgicas Pescarmona SAICyF

9

9630

GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION

9

9720

INES SOLAR

8

French Pavilion

Green Africa Directory

Inficon GmbH

7

Swiss Pavilion

Green Car Design

INGETEAM SRL

8

8700

Atrium

A11

Gulfoilandgas.com

9

9936

GVE Projects LTD.

10

PV22

Grundfos Gulf Distribution FZE

H

Innovation Norway

8

INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

Norwegian Pavilion

9

9428

INPEX Group JODCO

9

Japan Pavilion

Intelligent Energy

8

8330

International Center on Small Hydro Power

9

9945

Haisung Industrial Systems Co., LTD.

9

Korean Pavilion

Haldor Topsoe A/S

8

8530

International Waste Industries

6

6015

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

Independent Power Products Forum

9

9636

Hann-Ocean Energy Pte. Ltd.

9

9622

IPROPLAN Planungsgesellschaft mbH

7

German Pavilion

HANSEO PRECISION METER

9

Korean Pavilion

IRENA

Atrium

A7

Heliocentris Energiesysteme GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Iseo-Environnement

8

French Pavilion

HELLENIC FOREIGN TRADE BOARD

9

Greece Pavilion

ISPA- NET Consulting

Heriot-Watt University - Dubai Campus

7

7535

Ital Parts Group Srl.

8

8627

Hess Lichttechnik GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Italian Trade Commission

8

Italian Pavilion

Hill & Smith Solar

8

8407

IVNAP

9

9630

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

J

Hitachi, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

J-ACTION- Team SULTANA

9

Japan Pavilion

Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd.

7

7345

Atrium

A6

Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East

9

Japan Pavilion

Hussain Mohd. Abbas Block Factory

9

9900

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

HYSEO

8

French Pavilion

Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide

9

Japan Pavilion

Hyundai E&C

9

Korean Pavilion

Jiangsu International Economic Consultants Inc.

8

Chinese Pavilion

Jiangsu Sunchi New Energy Co., Ltd.

8

8240

Jiangyin Huafang New Energy Hi-tech Equipment Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

JIN KE MAGNETS CO., LTD

8

Chinese Pavilion

Jinko Solar Co., Ltd.

7

7343

8

Norwegian Pavilion

HORIBA Europe GmbH.

I IBG Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

IDEA POLYSILICON COMPANY

7

7530

Ilion Energy Ltd

9

Greece Pavilion

IMETH AG

9

9020

Jotun

83


Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order JSR MICRO

9

Belgium Pavilion

M/S 33Green Technologies LLC

8

8705

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Maersk Oil Middle East A/S

5

5000

Makkah Municipality

10

PV13

Manz AG

7

German Pavilion

K Kawar Energy

10

PV12

KEPCO ENC

9

Korean Pavilion

Mari Serre S.r.l.

8

Italian Pavilion

KEPCO NF(Newclear Fuel)

9

Korean Pavilion

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

KEPCO Plant Service&Engineering Co.,Ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

Martifer Solar, SA

8

8605

Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd

7

7415

Matasistem srl

8

8701

KETEP(Korea Institute of Energy Evaluation & Planning)

9

Korean Pavilion

ME Systems GmbH

7

German Pavilion

KHALIFA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE

5

5420

Mediaquest Corp

KHNP(Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

MEIDENSHA CORPORATION

9

Japan Pavilion

KIER(Korea Institute of Energy Research)

9

Korean Pavilion

Microhumus

8

French Pavilion

kiloWattsol SAS

8

French Pavilion

CNBC Arabia

concourse

CC5

King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy

9

9920

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology-KAUST

10

PV20 and PV21

Millenium Energy Industries

10

PV29

Kirchner Solar Group GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Government of Ontario Ministry of Economic Development & Innovation

9

9720

KMW Inc.

9

9725

Mitsubishi Corporation

5

5220

KNUBIX GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

5

5220

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

5

5220

KOTRA

9

Korean Pavilion

Mitsui & Co., Middle East Ltd. Dubai

9

Japan Pavilion

KRINNER Schraubfundamente GmbH

7

7121

Modern Power Systems

KUBOTA Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Kalte Bast G.m.b.H.

7

German Pavilion

L

Middle East Facilities Management Association

MUBADALA My UAE Guide

Sponsor 9

9935

concourse

CC4

Nantong Hezheng Trading Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Nareva Holding

10

PV04

National Nuclear Laboratory

8

8405

NEM Middle East

6

6340

N

LAKE GENEVA REGION

7

Swiss Pavilion

LAMINARIA BVBA

9

Belgium Pavilion

LDK Solar Hi-Tech(Nanchang) Co., LTD.

9

9305

Lightlab Sweden AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

Limpet Technology Ltd

9

9240

Lumartix/solaronix

7

Swiss Pavilion

M Mahindra & Mahindra

10

PV16

M+W Group

7

German Pavilion

84

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AL ARABIYA

NEST AS

8

New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization

Norwegian Pavilion

9

Japan Pavilion

New York University Abu Dhabi

5

5432

NGK Insulators, Ltd.

6

6105


Hosted by:

Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order New and Renewable Energy AUthority

10

PV31

Photon

NIASA NEFF Y ASOCIADOS, SA

8

8600

PIKE Research

Ningbo Jinghua New Energy Technical Co., Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Pilot International

Nlab Solar

8

Swedish Pavilion

Plantagon

8

Swedish Pavilion

Norconsult

8

Swedish Pavilion

PONOVO POWER CO.,LTD

7

Chinese Pavilion

NOVELTIS

8

French Pavilion

Power-One Italy SPA

8

8620

NOZON TECHNOLOGIES

9

Belgium Pavilion

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

NRG PATAGONIA

9

9630

PROVENTUS RENEWABLE PLC

10

PV32

Nuevosol Energy Pvt. Ltd.

9

9429

Premier Solar Technologies LLC

5

5510

NUMOV / German Near and Middle East Association

9

9942

Pricewater

NVterra SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

O

Sponsor

PV Magazine

9

9634

PV-Kraftwerker GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

O Three L.L.C.

9

9900

Oasis International Trading

7

7500

Obayashi Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Qatar Steel Company

5

5540

OC Oerlikon Management AG, Pf‰ffikon

7

Swiss Pavilion

Qingdao Jiaoyang Lamping Co., Ltd.

8

8226

Atrium

A8

Oil & Gas Directory Middle East

9

9932

Ravano Green Power Srl

8

8704

Oil & Gas News

9

9735

RBI Solar, Inc.

8

8722

Oil and Gas Magazine

Recharge & Upstream

9

9405

Oil Review Middle East

Rechsand Science&Technology Group

7

Chinese Pavilion

Okaya & Co., Ltd

9

Japan Pavilion

REFUsol GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

REGEN POWERTECH

8

8220

Regent Climate Connect Knowledge Solutions Private Limited

Rehact

8

Swedish Pavilion

REN21

Corner

CC02

Occidental Oil and Gas International

Oxford Business Group

9

9241

P

Q Qatar Petroleum

Sponsor

R

P-D Industriegesellschaft mbH

7

German Pavilion

PassivSystems Limited

10

PV17

Renesola Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

PERLIGHT SOLAR CO., LTD

8

8325

Renewable Energy Focus

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

RENTECH

9

9407

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

Retema

Revista Panorama Industrial

Revolve Magazine

Petra Solar,Inc

10

PETROFINDER

PV18 •

PHILIPS

5

5010

Phono Solar Technology Co., LTD. (SUMEC)

8

Chinese Pavilion

85


Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order RG Thermal Energy Solutions

10

PV03

Ripasso Energy

8

Swedish Pavilion

Ruud Lighting Arabia LLC

8

8300

S

Solar - PR Management Magazine

SOITEC

8

French Pavilion

Sol Voltaics

8

Swedish Pavilion

Solar Tower Technologies AG (STT)

10

PV05

“Sinta” Scientific Production Limited Liability Co.

9

TXP3

SOLARPROOF

9

Belgium Pavilion

BIOINGEPRD SRL

9

9630

Solartech co., ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

S&C Electric Europe

8

8404

Solartys

8

8602

Samerah Designs

5

5530

SolarWorld AG

7

7235

Samsung C&T Corporation

9

Korean Pavilion

SOLE U.A.E.

9

9300

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

SOLESA SRL

8

8706

Saxony Economic Development Corporation

7

German Pavilion

Solite Electro Technology

10

PV27

Schneider Electric

5

5120

SOLON Energy GmbH

8

8030

Scottish Development International

7

7230

SOUGHA EST.

7

7150

SEBAB

8

Swedish Pavilion

SRB Energy

7

Swiss Pavilion

SEG PV Co., Ltd.

9

9406

Specialised Sports Equipment LLC

5

5006

SEMI PVGroup

State Company on Alternative and Renewabel Energy Sources of the Republic of Azerbaijan

5

5520

SENAAT(GENERAL HOLDING COMPANY )

5

5426

Statistic Center Abu Dhabi

Atrium

A2

Statoil

8

Norwegian Pavilion

Storm Energy GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Studer Innotec SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Sener Ingenieria’y Sistemas S.A.

6

6220

SERBOT AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Serviur

9

9630

SET selected electronic technologies GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited

9

Japan Pavilion

SGL Carbon GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Sumitomo Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Shandong Lucy New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

Shanghai Chiko Solar Technology Co., Ltd.

6

6011

Sun & Wind Energy

Shawati Magazine

8

8632

sunfire GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Shell International

Atrium

A1

Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd.

6

6530

Singapore International Energy Week

8

8840

SUNTRACK

8

8601

Sky News Arabia

Swedish Energy Agency

8

Swedish Pavilion

SkyFuel, Inc.

7

7505

Swedish Trade Council

8

8810

SKYPOWER GLOBAL

6

6405

Swiss Clean Energy Technology SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

SMA Solar Technology AG

7

German Pavilion

SMART SAVING ENERGY LLC

5

5015

T-Link Management AG Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9934

Technology Centre Mongstad

8

Norwegian Pavilion

86

T


Hosted by:

Exhibitors List in Alphabetical Order MIT Technology Review

9

9730

TEL Solar

7

Swiss Pavilion

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

The Business Year

The Center of Waste Management-Abu Dhabi

6

6320

The Change Initiative

5

5005

The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research

5

5330

The Energy Industry Times

10

PV15

Concourse

CC3

The Oil and Gas Year

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

The University of Toledo

8

8720

Thinktosustain.com

Thomson Reuters

9

9932

TOMSA DESTIL, S.L.

8

8004

Torresol Energy

6

6220

Atrium

A4

Energy Review

9

9733

TRAXLE 50Y

9

TXP6

Trina Solar Co., Ltd.

6

6100

Troiani & Ciarrocchi Srl

8

8626

Turboden SRL

8

8830

TUV INTERCERT GmbH Group of TUV Saarland

8

8333

TYPHOON OFFSHORE

8

8000

Tuv Rheinland Consulting GmbH

7

German Pavilion

The European Jordanian Company for Renewable Energy Projects (EJRE) The National

TOTAL

V VDMA Forum Environmental Technologies

7

German Pavilion

Viessmann Middle East FZE

7

German Pavilion

Vincent Industrie

8

French Pavilion

Vision Oilfield Equipment/Conlux

7

7236

VLAKWA (Vlaams Kenniscentrum Water VZW)

9

Belgium Pavilion

Volvo Cars, Middle East

8

Swedish Pavilion

WAAREE ENERGIES PVT. LTD.

9

9425

Waste and Recycling ME

9

9731

WATERA INTERNATIONAL

9

Greece Pavilion

TWEET & GREET

9

9421

WesTech Solar Technology Wuxi Co., Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Widewall Investment SLU (Ormazabal)

8

8563

Windsia Energy Industries Pte Ltd.

9

9402

World Action

9

9637

World Construction Today

World Environment

Worldoils

WWF INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL CLIMATE & ENERGY INITIATIVE

9

9745

8

8724

Yagai Workshop Limited Partnership

9

Japan Pavilion

YANGZHOU JINSHENG NEW ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.,

8

Chinese Pavilion

Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd.

8

8410

ZFEP

7

7300

Zhejiang Longbai Photovaltaic Tech Company Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Zhongli Talesun Solar Co. Ltd,.

8

Chinese Pavilion

ZNSHINE PV-TECH CO LTD

7

7344

Zening Resort

10

PV30

W

x XUNLIGHT CORPORATION

Y

Z

U U.S. COMMERCIAL SERVICE - ABU DHABI

8

8733

UBIFRANCE

8

French Pavilion

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)

8

8400

Union Gulf Representation Companies

9

9310

United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP)

8

8440

ITP

9

9731

87


Exhibitor Listing by Country Algeria

Atkepp Ltd

9

9933

Beijing Bestpower Technology & Engineering Co., Ltd

7

Chinese Pavilion

Beijing Bridge International Fairs Co. Ltd.

8

8415

9630

Beijing Remote Power Renewable Energy Science Technology Developing Co,.Ltd.

7

7322

Beijing Sunda Solar Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

7

Chinese Pavilion

IVNAP

9

9630

Beijing Tsingshang Int’l Exhibition Co.Ltd

8

8310

NRG PATAGONIA

9

9630

Beijing Zhongguancun Overseas Science Park Co., Ltd

7

7320

Serviur

9

9630

BYD Company Limited

7

6130

Changzhou Jinuo New Energy Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Changzhou Sheng Yang New Energy Company Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

CNPV Solar Power SA

8

Chinese Pavilion

Goldwind International Holdings(Hong Kong)Ltd.

7

7425

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

International Center on Small Hydro Power

9

9945

JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd.

7

7345

Jiangsu International Economic Consultants Inc.

8

Chinese Pavilion

ALSOLAR

9

9406

ADIMRA

9

9630

Industrias Metalurgicas Pescarmona SAICyF

9

ISPA- NET Consulting

Argentina

Australia Energy Exemplar Pty Ltd

6

6030

Activ Solar

9

9410

Fronius International GmbH

8

8331

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

Austria

Azerbaijan State Company on Alternative and Renewabel Energy Sources of the Republic of Azerbaijan

5

5520

Bahrain DMS Global WLL

9

9937

United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP)

8

8440

Belgium ECONATION DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

9

Belgium Pavilion

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

JSR MICRO

9

Belgium Pavilion

LAMINARIA BVBA

9

Belgium Pavilion

NOZON TECHNOLOGIES

9

Belgium Pavilion

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

Revolve Magazine

SOLARPROOF

9

Belgium Pavilion

VLAKWA (Vlaams Kenniscentrum Water VZW)

9

Belgium Pavilion

Clean Energy Business Council - UAE

9

9943

Corvus Energy

9

9320

GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION

9

9720

Oil and Gas Magazine

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

SKYPOWER GLOBAL

6

6405

Canada

China AsiaToday

Jiangsu Sunchi New Energy Co., Ltd.

8

8240

Jiangyin Huafang New Energy Hi-tech Equipment Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

JIN KE MAGNETS CO., LTD

8

Chinese Pavilion

Jinko Solar Co., Ltd.

7

7343

LDK Solar Hi-Tech(Nanchang) Co., LTD.

9

9305

Nantong Hezheng Trading Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Ningbo Jinghua New Energy Technical Co., Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

PERLIGHT SOLAR CO., LTD

8

8325

Phono Solar Technology Co., LTD. (SUMEC)

8

Chinese Pavilion

PONOVO POWER CO.,LTD

7

Chinese Pavilion

Qingdao Jiaoyang Lamping Co., Ltd.

8

8226

Rechsand Science&Technology Group

7

Chinese Pavilion

Renesola Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

SEG PV Co., Ltd.

9

9406

Shandong Lucy New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

Shanghai Chiko Solar Technology Co., Ltd.

6

6011

Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd.

7

6530

Trina Solar Co., Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

WesTech Solar Technology Wuxi Co., Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

YANGZHOU JINSHENG NEW ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.,

8

Chinese Pavilion

Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd.

8

8410

Zhejiang Longbai Photovaltaic Tech Company Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

88

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Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Country

SunEdison develops, finances, builds and operates solar photovoltaic power plants More than 600 sites under management across the world More than 850 MW installed Presence in more than 20 locations worldwide

60 MW in Bulgaria

SunEdison is a subsidiary of MEMC, a global leader in the production of semiconductors and in the solar industry since 1959

70 MW in Italy

Formed in 1959 Quoted in NYSE, Fortune 1000 Globally diverse manufacturing & technology capabilities Manufacturing sites in 3 continents

1,1 MW in u.a.e.

3 MW in Italy

INTELLIGENT ENERGY SOLUTIONS SunEdison EMEA HQ Edifício Zurich. Alcalá 44, 3º 28014 Madrid, Spain Tel.: +34 915 242 670 Fax: +34 911 814 123 Contact for Middle East: +971 506 567 390 www.sunedisonemea.com

SE PUBLICIDAD CORPORATIVA SE y MEMC.indd 1

SunEdison Corporate HQ 600 Clipper Drive Belmont, CA 94002, USA Phone: 001 866-786-3347 Fax: 001 443-909-7150 www.sunedison.com

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Exhibitor Listing by Country Zhongli Talesun Solar Co. Ltd,.

8

Chinese Pavilion

ZNSHINE PV-TECH CO LTD

7

7344

Czech Republic TRAXLE 50Y

8

French Pavilion

Vincent Industrie

8

French Pavilion

Germany

Colombia FUTURA

UBIFRANCE

9

TXP6

Eldan Recycling A/S

8

8820

Haldor Topsoe A/S

8

8530

Alternative Energy Africa

9

9645

Gulfoilandgas.com

Energy & Enviro Finland

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

ADETEF

8

French Pavilion

Apollon Solar

8

French Pavilion

AREVA

7

7400

ARIA TECHNOLOGIES

8

French Pavilion

AUGIER SAS

8

Bumbou

Denmark

Egypt

Finland

France

AKW A+V Protec Industry GmbH

9

TXP1

AMANDUS KAHL GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

BAE Batterien GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Canadian Solar EMEA GmbH

7

7200

Caparol Paints L.L.C

8

8121

edf solar GmbH

7

German Pavilion

EESA Verbundinitiative c/o VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

7

German Pavilion

empuron AG

7

German Pavilion

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

7

German Pavilion

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

8

8102

Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing, Dresden branch (IZFP-D)

7

German Pavilion

Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH

7

8102

Gebr. Schmid GmbH

7

German Pavilion

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

GL Garrad Hassan

7

German Pavilion

French Pavilion

Heliocentris Energiesysteme GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Hess Lichttechnik GmbH

7

German Pavilion

HORIBA Europe GmbH.

Atrium

A6

Cairpol

8

French Pavilion

Inficon GmbH

7

Swiss Pavilion

Campus France

8

8406

IPROPLAN Planungsgesellschaft mbH

7

German Pavilion

Club ADEME International

8

French Pavilion

Kirchner Solar Group GmbH

7

German Pavilion

DCNS

8

French Pavilion

KNUBIX GmbH

7

German Pavilion

EDF

8

French Pavilion

KRINNER Schraubfundamente GmbH

7

7121

Environnement S.A

8

French Pavilion

Kalte Bast G.m.b.H.

7

German Pavilion

FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY ñ Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

M+W Group

7

German Pavilion

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

Manz AG

7

German Pavilion

HYSEO

8

French Pavilion

ME Systems GmbH

7

German Pavilion

INES SOLAR

8

French Pavilion

NUMOV / German Near and Middle East Association

9

9942

Iseo-Environnement

8

French Pavilion

Photon

kiloWattsol SAS

8

French Pavilion

P-D Industriegesellschaft mbH

7

German Pavilion

Microhumus

8

French Pavilion

PV Magazine

9

9634

NOVELTIS

8

French Pavilion

PV-Kraftwerker GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

Corner

CC02

REFUsol GmbH

7

German Pavilion

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

REN21 SOITEC

90

8

French Pavilion


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Country WAAREE ENERGIES PVT. LTD.

9

9425

World Construction Today

AGI - AGENZIA GIORNALISTICA ITALIA

8

8020

German Pavilion

CESI S.p.A

8

8230

7

German Pavilion

Ecoprogetti SRL

8

8630

Solar Tower Technologies AG (STT)

10

PV05

Enmoveme

SolarWorld AG

7

7235

Fabbrica Trentina Conduttori

8

8702

SOLON Energy GmbH

8

8030

INGETEAM SRL

8

8700

Storm Energy GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Ital Parts Group Srl.

8

8627

Sun & Wind Energy

Mari Serre S.r.l.

8

Italian Pavilion

sunfire GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Matasistem srl

8

8701

TUV INTERCERT GmbH Group of TUV Saarland

8

8333

Power-One Italy SPA

8

8620

Tuv Rheinland Consulting GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Ravano Green Power Srl

8

8704

VDMA Forum Environmental Technologies

7

German Pavilion

SOLESA SRL

8

8706

Troiani & Ciarrocchi Srl

8

8626

World Environment

Bureau of Waterworks, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

9

Japan Pavilion

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Saxony Economic Development Corporation

7

German Pavilion

Schneider Electric

5

5120

SEMI PVGroup

SET selected electronic technologies GmbH

7

German Pavilion

SGL Carbon GmbH

7

SMA Solar Technology AG

Greece ALLCOM ENERGY

9

TXP4

BIOSAR ENERGY S.A.

9

Greece Pavilion

Italy

Japan

Calpak-Cicero Hellas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

CORINTH PIPEWORKS S.A.

8

8531

Dimas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

GAUZER

9

Greece Pavilion

Hitachi, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

HELLENIC FOREIGN TRADE BOARD

9

INPEX Group JODCO

9

Japan Pavilion

Ilion Energy Ltd

9

Greece Pavilion

J-ACTION- Team SULTANA

9

Japan Pavilion

WATERA INTERNATIONAL

9

Greece Pavilion

Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East

9

Japan Pavilion

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide

9

Japan Pavilion

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

KUBOTA Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Hong Kong Independent Power Products Forum

9

9636

India Arya Drillers

10

PV07

Energy Blitz

MEIDENSHA CORPORATION

9

Japan Pavilion

Energy Press

Mitsubishi Corporation

5

5220

Extol Wind

9

9424

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

5

5220

Frost & Sullivan

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

5

5220

New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization

9

Japan Pavilion

GeoSyndicate Power Pvt Ltd Indian Energy Ltd.

10

PV24

NGK Insulators, Ltd.

6

6105

INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

9

9428

Obayashi Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Nuevosol Energy Pvt. Ltd.

9

9429

Okaya & Co., Ltd

9

Japan Pavilion

REGEN POWERTECH

8

8220

Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited

9

Japan Pavilion

Thinktosustain.com

Sumitomo Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

91


Exhibitor Listing by Country SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

Yagai Workshop Limited Partnership

9

Japan Pavilion

Technology Centre Mongstad

Kawar Energy

10

PV12

The European Jordanian Company for Renewable Energy Projects (EJRE)

10

PV15

DONGEIECOS Co., Ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Durafos Inc.

9

Korean Pavilion

Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd

Haisung Industrial Systems Co., LTD.

9

Korean Pavilion

Qatar Petroleum

HANSEO PRECISION METER

9

Korean Pavilion

Qatar Steel Company

Hyundai E&C

9

Korean Pavilion

Russian Federation

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

San Marino

KEPCO ENC

9

Korean Pavilion

KEPCO NF(Newclear Fuel)

9

Korean Pavilion

KEPCO Plant Service&Engineering Co.,Ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

KETEP(Korea Institute of Energy Evaluation & Planning)

9

Korean Pavilion

KHNP(Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Korea, Republic Of

Norwegian Pavilion

8

8605

7

7415

Pakistan Energy Update Magazine

Jordan

8

Peru Revista Panorama Industrial

Portugal

KIER(Korea Institute of Energy Research)

9

Korean Pavilion

KMW Inc.

9

9725

KOTRA

9

Korean Pavilion

PETROFINDER

Martifer Solar, SA

Qatar Sponsor 6

5540

8

8703

ACWA POWER

10

PV19

Arabianomics

AS-TECHNOLOGY SRL

Saudi Arabia

IDEA POLYSILICON COMPANY

7

7530

King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy

9

9920

King Abdullah University of Science & TechnologyKAUST

10

PV20 and PV21

Makkah Municipality

10

PV13

Singapore

Samsung C&T Corporation

9

Korean Pavilion

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

Solartech co., ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

Eco-Business

Hann-Ocean Energy Pte. Ltd.

9

9622

Singapore International Energy Week

8

8840

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

Windsia Energy Industries Pte Ltd.

9

9402

Worldoils

Energia.sk

GeoModel SOLAR

8

8740

Green Africa Directory

WWF INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL CLIMATE & ENERGY INITIATIVE

9

9745

Lebanon Al Iktissad Wal-Aamal

Luxembourg ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Morocco ADEREE

10

PV01

Nareva Holding

10

PV04

Nigeria Energia Today - News Media Group

9

9644

GVE Projects LTD.

10

PV22

Norway

Slovakia

South Africa

Innovation Norway

8

Norwegian Pavilion

Spain

NEST AS

8

Norwegian Pavilion

Abengoa

5

5500

Recharge & Upstream Newspapers

9

9405

ACONFORT - ENVISION SOLAR

8

8604

Statoil

8

Norwegian Pavilion

Gestamp Solar

7

6230

92


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Country NIASA NEFF Y ASOCIADOS, SA

8

8600

Retema

Sener Ingenieria’y Sistemas S.A.

6

6220

Solartys

8

8602

SUNTRACK

8

8601

TOMSA DESTIL, S.L.

8

8004

Torresol Energy

6

6220

Widewall Investment SLU (Ormazabal)

8

8563

Absolicon Solar Concentrator AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

CLEANERGY AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

Indpro

8

Swedish Pavilion

Lightlab Sweden AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

Nlab Solar

8

Swedish Pavilion

Norconsult

8

Swedish Pavilion

Plantagon

8

Swedish Pavilion

Rehact

8

Swedish Pavilion

Ripasso Energy

8

Swedish Pavilion

Scandinavian Business Development AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

SEBAB

8

Swedish Pavilion

Sol Voltaics

8

Swedish Pavilion

Swedish Energy Agency

8

Swedish Pavilion

Swedish Trade Council

8

8810

ALSTOM

7

7100

AQUANETTO AG

9

9020

Axpo Kompogas Ltd.

7

7415

BNL Clean Energy AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Business Development Nidwalden

7

Swiss Pavilion

Catecar Industries SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

CLA-VAL EUROPE SARL

7

Swiss Pavilion

CleanFizz SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

CleantechAlps

7

Swiss Pavilion

Designwerk GmbH

7

Swiss Pavilion

Ecoling Partner Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Enswico AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Fondation Petite Cause, Grande Effets

7

Swiss Pavilion

Sweden

Switzerland

Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

IBG Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

IMETH AG

9

9020

Industrial Electronics Laboratory / Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

7

7220-7210

LAKE GENEVA REGION

7

Swiss Pavilion

Lumartix/solaronix

7

Swiss Pavilion

NVterra SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

OC Oerlikon Management AG, Pf‰ffikon

7

Swiss Pavilion

SERBOT AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

SRB Energy

7

Swiss Pavilion

Studer Innotec SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Swiss Clean Energy Technology SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

T-Link Management AG Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

TEL Solar

7

Swiss Pavilion

7

7244

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

Everphoton Energy Corp.

7

7245

GIGA SOLAR MATERIALS CORP.

8

8010

Elsevier

9

9640

TYPHOON OFFSHORE

8

8000

10

PV25

Energy Professionals Association

The Business Year

Taiwan BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

Taiwan, Province Of China

The Netherlands

Turkey Asy Medya Group - Energy World BM Holdings Inc

Uganda Pilot International

Ukraine “Sinta” Scientific Production Limited Liability Co.

9

TXP3

United Arab Emirates BIOINGEPRO SRL

9

9630

ABU DHABI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

5

5320

The National

10

CC3

National Geographic Al Arabiya

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company

5

5210

Atrium

A5

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)

93


Exhibitor Listing by Country Gold Sponsor

ETIHAD RAIL

5

5020

Atrium

A12

Eurabia Media

SPAIN

8

8604

Excel Industry Co. LLC

6

6400

Air Liquide

10

PV08

EXPLORA

9

9630

Al Futtaim Motors - Lexus

9

9200

Financial Times

9

9631

ALSA Solar Systems Limited L.L.C.

9

9000

First Gulf Bank

Corner

CC1

APEX Concrete Block Factory

9

9900

First Solar

7

7330

Gulf Oilfield News

9

9936

Flamco Middle East

7

7525

Green Middle East

9

9422

Forbes Middle East Magazine

9

9635

Baer Measurements LLC

7

German Pavilion

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council

Fortytwo Environmental Consultancy

8

8225

7

7420

BECKHOFF Automation GmbH/Dynamic Security LLC

7

7341

Fujairah Municipality Environment Protection and Development Department

BELECTRIC MIDDLE EAST LTD.

7

7240

General Electric

6

6000

BELIMO Automation FZE

7

Swiss Pavilion

GF Piping Systems

8

8540

Bennett Jones LLP- Abu Dhabi

9

Canadian Pavilion

Global Green Growth Institute

5

5440

Capital Business Magazine

9

9734

GOAL ZERO Middle East

8

8414

CNN

9

9732

GOPA International Energy Consultants GmbH

7

8140

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine - UAE

9

9732

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

9

9630

CSEM-UAE Innovation Center LLC

10

PV11

Grundfos Gulf Distribution FZE

Atrium

A11

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Heriot-Watt University - Dubai Campus

7

7535

DET NORSKE VERITAS (DNV)

7

7205

Hussain Mohd. Abbas Block Factory

9

9900

DIBBA MUNICIPALITY

5

5531

IRENA

Atrium

A7

Dolphin Energy

Atrium

A3

Italian Trade Commission

8

Italian Pavilion

Dubai Expo 2020

Atrium

A13

Jotun

8

Norwegian Pavilion

Dubai Supreme Council of Energy

7

7310

KHALIFA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE

6

5420

Eaton Corporation

10

PV36

M/S 33Green Technologies LLC

8

8705

EGBC

9

9520

Maersk Oil Middle East A/S

5

5000

ELECNOR, S.A

6

6020

Mediaquest Corp

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

Emirates Aluminium

Associate Sponsor

Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology(E.S.M.A)

9

9810

Middle East Facilities Management Association

Emirates Environmental Group

8

8951

Mitsui & Co., Middle East Ltd. Dubai

9

Japan Pavilion

EMIRATES GLASS LLC

10

Eco-Home

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation

6

6210

NEM Middle East

6

6340

Emirates Solar Industry Association

9

9944

New York University Abu Dhabi

5

5432

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

O Three L.L.C.

9

9900

Enerwhere Environment and Protected Areas Authority-Gov. of Sharjah

10

PV02

Oasis International Trading

7

7500

5

5430

Atrium

A8

Environment Friends Society/ENGINEERING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES

9

9740

Oil & Gas Directory Middle East

9

9932

Environmental Centre for Arab Towns

8

8940

Oil & Gas News

9

9735

ETAP UAE

9

TXP5

Oil Review Middle East

94

MUBADALA

Occidental Oil and Gas International

Sponsor


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Country

Towards a sustainable future Train transport is one of the most reliable and environmentally-sustainable modes of transport, with the capacity of one train equivalent to that of more than 300 trucks. This signiďŹ cantly reduces carbon emissions, with one fully loaded train producing 70-80% less carbon emissions than the equivalent trucks required to transport the same volume.

Visit us at Stand 5020 located in Hall 5.


Exhibitor Listing by Country Euroasia Industry

9241

Gogreen2 Marketing Ltd

5

5010

Green Car Design

Premier Solar Technologies LLC

5

5510

Hill & Smith Solar

8

8407

RENTECH

9

9407

Intelligent Energy

8

8330

RG Thermal Energy Solutions

10

PV03

Limpet Technology Ltd

9

9240

Ruud Lighting Arabia LLC

8

8300

Modern Power Systems

Samerah Designs

5

5530

My UAE Guide

9

9935

SENAAT(GENERAL HOLDING COMPANY )

5

5426

National Nuclear Laboratory

8

8405

Shawati Magazine

8

8632

PassivSystems Limited

10

PV17

Sky News Arabia

SMART SAVING ENERGY LLC

5

5015

Pricewater •

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

Oxford Business Group

9

PHILIPS

Photon

Sponsor

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

Regent Climate Connect Knowledge Solutions Private Limited

SOLE U.A.E.

9

9300

Renewable Energy Focus

Solite Electro Technology

10

PV27

S&C Electric Europe

8

8404

SOUGHA EST.

7

7150

Scottish Development International

7

7230

Specialized Sports Equipment LLC

5

5006

Solar PV - Management Magazine

Atrium

A2

Atrium

A1

The Center of Waste Management-Abu Dhabi

6

6320

The Energy Industry Times

The Change Initiative

5

5005

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)

8

8400

The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research

5

5330

World Action

9

9637

The Oil and Gas Year - Turkey

Atrium

A4

AMONIX

8

8725

Energy Review

9

9733

ATA Carnet

8

8732

U.S. COMMERCIAL SERVICE - ABU DHABI

8

8733

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

Union Gulf Representation Companies

9

9310

Exxon Mobil Corporation

5

5110

ITP

9

9633

Geotek Energy

10

PV10

Viessmann Middle East FZE

7

German Pavilion

International Waste Industries

6

6015

Vision Oilfield Equipment/Conlux

7

7236

Petra Solar,Inc

10

PV18

Volvo Cars, Middle East

8

Swedish Pavilion

PIKE Research

Waste and Recycling ME

9

9731

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

TWEET & GREET

9

9421

RBI Solar, Inc.

8

8722

ZFEP

7

7300

SkyFuel, Inc.

7

7505

MIT Technology Review

9

9730

Statistic Center Abu Dhabi

TOTAL

United Kingdom

Shell International

United States

Azuri Technologies

10

PV14

The University of Toledo

8

8720

Bloomberg New Energy Finance

10

PV34

XUNLIGHT CORPORATION

8

8724

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

CNBC - EMEA

Energy Efficiency News

96


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Sector Renewable Energy Solar Energy Abengoa

5

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority

5500 Gold Sponsor

ACONFORT - ENVISION SOLAR

8

8604

ADEREE

10

PV01

Al Iktissad Wal-Aamal

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

Alternative Energy Africa

9

9645

AMONIX

8

8725

Gulf Oilfield Directory

9

9934

AS-TECHNOLOGY SRL

8

8703

Atkepp Ltd

9

9933

AUGIER SAS

8

French Pavilion

Axpo Kompogas Ltd.

7

7415

Azuri Technologies

10

PV14

Beijing Bestpower Technology & Engineering Co., Ltd

7

Chinese Pavilion

Beijing Bridge International Fairs Co. Ltd.

8

8415

BELECTRIC MIDDLE EAST LTD.

7

7240

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

Canadian Solar EMEA GmbH

7

7200

Changzhou Jinuo New Energy Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Clean Energy Business Council

9

9943

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine

9

9732

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Eco-Business

ECONATION DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

9

Belgium Pavilion

EDF

8

French Pavilion

Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology(E.S.M.A)

9

9810

Emirates Solar Industry Association

10

PV36

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Energy Blitz

Energy Efficiency News

Energy Exemplar Pty Ltd

6

6030

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

ETIHAD RAIL

5

5020

Euroasia Industry

Fabbrica Trentina Conduttori

8

8702

Flamco Middle East

7

7525

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

8

8103

Fronius International GmbH

8

8331

Frost & Sullivan

FUTURA

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

General Electric

6

6000

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

Goldwind International Holdings(Hong Kong)Ltd.

7

7425

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

9

9630

Green Car Design

Gulfoilandgas.com

GVE Projects LTD.

10

PV22

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

Heliocentris Energiesysteme GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Atrium

A6

HYSEO

8

French Pavilion

INES SOLAR

8

French Pavilion

INPEX Group JODCO

9

Japan Pavilion

International Waste Industries

6

6015

IPROPLAN Planungsgesellschaft mbH

7

German Pavilion

Atrium

A7

HORIBA Europe GmbH.

IRENA Ital Parts Group Srl.

8

8627

J-ACTION- Team SULTANA

9

Japan Pavilion

Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide

9

Japan Pavilion

8

Chinese Pavilion

8

Chinese Pavilion

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

KEPCO Plant Service&Engineering Co.,Ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

KIER(Korea Institute of Energy Research)

9

Korean Pavilion

Jiangyin Huafang New Energy Hi-tech Equipment Co.,Ltd JIN KE MAGNETS CO., LTD

97


Exhibitor Listing by Sector King Abdullah University of Science & TechnologyKAUST

10

PV20, PV21

Kirchner Solar Group GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

Kalte Bast G.m.b.H.

7

LAMINARIA BVBA

Atrium

A1

SKYPOWER GLOBAL

6

6405

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9934

German Pavilion

SOITEC

8

French Pavilion

9

Belgium Pavilion

Solar PR Management Magazine

M/S 33Green Technologies LLC

8

8705

Solar Tower Technologies AG (STT)

10

PV05

Manz AG

7

German Pavilion

SOLARPROOF

9

Belgium Pavilion

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Solartys

8

8602

Martifer Solar, SA

8

8605

SolarWorld AG

7

7235

Matasistem srl

8

8701

SOLESA SRL

8

8706

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

SRB Energy

7

Swiss Pavilion

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

5

5220

Sun & Wind Energy

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

5

5220

Swedish Energy Agency

8

Swedish Pavilion

Nantong Hezheng Trading Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

T-Link Management AG Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

Nareva Holding

10

PV04

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

Nlab Solar

8

Swedish Pavilion

The Center of Waste Management-Abu Dhabi

6

6320

NUMOV / German Near and Middle East Association

9

9942

The Change Initiative

5

5005

Obayashi Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

The Energy Industry Times

OC Oerlikon Management AG, Pf‰ffikon

7

Swiss Pavilion

The European Jordanian Company for Renewable Energy Projects (EJRE)

10

PV15

Atrium

A8

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

PassivSystems Limited

10

PV17

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

Torresol Energy

6

6220

PERLIGHT SOLAR CO., LTD

8

8325

TRAXLE 50Y

9

TXP6

PETROFINDER

Turboden

8

8830

Photon

TYPHOON OFFSHORE

8

8000

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

Tuv Rheinland Consulting GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Widewall Investment SLU (Ormazabal)

8

8563

5540

XUNLIGHT CORPORATION

8

8724

8

Chinese Pavilion

7

7344

ACONFORT - ENVISION SOLAR

8

8604

ADEREE

10

PV01

Occidental Oil and Gas International

Pricewater Qatar Steel Company

Sponsor 5

Shell International

RBI Solar, Inc.

8

8722

YANGZHOU JINSHENG NEW ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.,

REGEN POWERTECH

8

8220

ZNSHINE PV-TECH CO LTD

Renesola Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

RENTECH

9

9407

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

Retema

Ruud Lighting Arabia LLC

8

8300

S&C Electric Europe

8

8404

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

Schneider Electric

5

5120

98

Wind Energy

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

Gulf Oilfield Directory

9

9936

Green Middle East

9

9422

Azuri Technologies

10

PV14

Baer Measurements LLC

7

German Pavilion


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Sector Beijing Zhongguancun Overseas Science Park Co., Ltd

7

7320

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

Canadian Solar EMEA GmbH

7

7200

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine

9

9732

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Dimas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

Eco-Business

ECONATION DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

9

Belgium Pavilion

EDF

8

French Pavilion

Emirates Aluminium

Associate Sponsor

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Energy Blitz

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

Energy Press

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

ETIHAD RAIL

5

5020

Fabbrica Trentina Conduttori

8

8702

Flamco Middle East

7

7525

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

8

8103

Fronius International GmbH

8

8331

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

GeoModel SOLAR

8

8740

GF Piping Systems

8

8540

Goldwind International Holdings(Hong Kong)Ltd.

7

7425

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

9

9630

Green Car Design

Gulfoilandgas.com

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Hitachi, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

HYSEO

8

French Pavilion

IRENA

Atrium

A7

ISPA- NET Consulting

Ital Parts Group Srl.

8

8627

J-ACTION- Team SULTANA

9

Japan Pavilion

Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide

9

Japan Pavilion

Jiangsu International Economic Consultants Inc.

8

Chinese Pavilion

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Makkah Municipality

10

PV13

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Matasistem srl

8

8701

Mediaquest Corp

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

5

5220

Obayashi Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

OC Oerlikon Management AG, Pf‰ffikon

7

Swiss Pavilion

Oil and Gas Magazine

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

Photon

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

Pricewater

Sponsor

REGEN POWERTECH

8

8220

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

Retema

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

Singapore International Energy Week

8

8840

SkyFuel, Inc.

7

7505

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

SOITEC

8

French Pavilion

Sol Voltaics

8

Swedish Pavilion

SOLARPROOF

9

Belgium Pavilion

Solartys

8

8602

Swedish Energy Agency

8

Swedish Pavilion

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

The Center of Waste Management-Abu Dhabi

6

6320

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

TYPHOON OFFSHORE

8

8000

Widewall Investment SLU (Ormazabal)

8

8563

99


Exhibitor Listing by Sector Geothermal Energy

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

Turboden

8

8830

Tuv Rheinland Consulting GmbH

7

German Pavilion

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

Beijing Zhongguancun Overseas Science Park Co., Ltd

7

7320

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Eco-Business

ECONATION DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

9

Belgium Pavilion

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Energy Efficiency News

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

ETIHAD RAIL

5

5020

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH

7

8102

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

7

German Pavilion

Bioenergy AKW A+V Protec Industry GmbH

9

TXP1

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

Fujairah Municipality Environment Protection and Development Department

7

7420

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

9

9630

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Matasistem srl

8

8701

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

9

9630

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

IDEA POLYSILICON COMPANY

7

7530

INES SOLAR

8

French Pavilion

Atrium

A7

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Matasistem srl

8

8701

Energy Smart Technology

Nareva Holding

10

PV04

Carbon Management & Storage

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

IRENA

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

Pricewater

Sponsor

Pricewater

Sponsor

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Sol Voltaics

8

Swedish Pavilion

Dimas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

Solartys

8

8602

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

The Change Initiative

5

5005

100

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Sector FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY ñ Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

Goldwind International Holdings(Hong Kong)Ltd.

7

7425

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Makkah Municipality

10

PV13

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Matasistem srl

8

8701

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

Pricewater

Sponsor

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

Scandinavian Business Development AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

SOITEC

8

French Pavilion

Solartys

8

8602

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

Turboden

8

8830

ADEREE

10

PV01

All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

BELECTRIC MIDDLE EAST LTD.

7

7240

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

Caparol Paints L.L.C

8

8121

Capital Business Magazine

9

9734

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine

9

9732

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Designwerk GmbH

7

Swiss Pavilion

Eco-Business

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Energy Efficiency News

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Energy Efficiency

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

ETAP UAE

9

TXP5

Euroasia Industry

Fabbrica Trentina Conduttori

8

8702

First Solar

7

7330

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Fortytwo Environmental Consultancy

8

8225

FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH

7

8102

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

GF Piping Systems

8

8540

Goldwind International Holdings(Hong Kong)Ltd.

7

7425

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

Hann-Ocean Energy Pte. Ltd.

9

9622

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Ilion Energy Ltd

9

Greece Pavilion

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd

7

7415

Kirchner Solar Group GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

M/S 33Green Technologies LLC

8

8705

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Matasistem srl

8

8701

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

Oil & Gas News

9

9735

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

Oxford Business Group

9

9241

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

Pricewater

Sponsor

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

Samsung C&T Corporation

9

Korean Pavilion

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

SEMI PVGroup

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9934

Solar Tower Technologies AG (STT)

10

PV05

101


Exhibitor Listing by Sector SOLESA SRL

8

8706

Studer Innotec SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

TERMEX-ERISTE OY

9

9030

The Change Initiative

5

5005

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

8

8103

Fronius International GmbH

8

8331

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

9332

GF Piping Systems

8

8540

9

9733

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

TRAXLE 50Y

9

TXP6

HORIBA Europe GmbH.

Atrium

A6

Turboden

8

8830

IRENA

Atrium

A7

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)

8

8400

J-ACTION- Team SULTANA

9

Japan Pavilion

7344

Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide

9

Japan Pavilion

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

Thomson Reuters

9

Energy Review

ZNSHINE PV-TECH CO LTD

7

Advanced Transportation DMS Global WLL

9

9937

Kirchner Solar Group GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Manz AG

7

German Pavilion

Platinum Sponsor

Matasistem srl

8

8701

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

5

5220

Nareva Holding

10

PV04

NUMOV

9

9942

Atrium

A8

9

Belgium Pavilion

Ernst & Young Makkah Municipality

10

PV13

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

Pricewater

Sponsor

Smart Grids All Real Technology Co., LTD.

6

6010

AUGIER SAS

8

French Pavilion

Axpo Kompogas Ltd.

7

7415

BELECTRIC MIDDLE EAST LTD.

7

7240

RENTECH

9

9407

7

German Pavilion

Occidental Oil and Gas International PERPETUM ENERGY Pricewater

Sponsor

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

Canadian Solar EMEA GmbH

7

7200

Retema

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

SASCO Global Investments

9

9324

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

Schneider Electric

5

5120

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

SkyFuel, Inc.

7

7505

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

SolarWorld AG

7

7235

Eco-Business

SOLESA SRL

8

8706

EDF

8

French Pavilion

8030

9

9810

SOLON Energy GmbH The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

8

Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology(E.S.M.A)

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation

6

6210

Widewall Investment SLU (Ormazabal)

8

8563

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Energia Today

9

9644

Environment

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

Waste Management

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

8

8020

102

AGI - AGENZIA GIORNALISTICA ITALIA


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Sector AKW A+V Protec Industry GmbH

9

TXP1

Renewable Energy Focus

7

German Pavilion

ALSOLAR

9

9406

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

Alternative Energy Africa

9

9645

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

Apollon Solar

8

French Pavilion

SOITEC

8

French Pavilion

Solartys

8

8602

Studer Innotec SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Beijing Bridge International Fairs Co. Ltd.

8

8415

Bureau of Waterworks, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

9

Japan Pavilion

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine

9

9732

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)

8

8400

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

DONGEIECOS Co., Ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

Abengoa

5

5500

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

ACONFORT - ENVISION SOLAR

8

8604

Enmoveme

AGI - AGENZIA GIORNALISTICA ITALIA

8

8020

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

AKW A+V Protec Industry GmbH

9

TXP1

ALSOLAR

9

9406

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

Waste to Energy

ETIHAD RAIL

5

5020

Alternative Energy Africa

9

9645

Fabbrica Trentina Conduttori

8

8702

Apollon Solar

8

French Pavilion

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Asy Medya Group - Energy World

FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY ñ Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

Beijing Bridge International Fairs Co. Ltd.

8

8415

Fronius International GmbH

8

8331

Beijing Tsingshang Int’l Exhibition Co.Ltd

8

8310

FUTURA

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

7

7244

GDF SUEZ

8

8005

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

Hann-Ocean Energy Pte. Ltd.

9

9622

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Hitachi, Ltd.

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9432

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

Japan Pavilion

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

9

Japan Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Indpro

8

Swedish Pavilion

Dubai Supreme Council of Energy

7

7310

INPEX Group JODCO

9

Japan Pavilion

Ecoprogetti SRL

8

8630

Ital Parts Group Srl.

8

8627

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd

7

7415

Energy Efficiency News

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

Matasistem srl

8

8701

ENERGY8 SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Nareva Holding

10

PV04

Enmoveme

National Nuclear Laboratory

8

8405

ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

9

Greece Pavilion

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

Ernst & Young

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

Flanders Investment &Trade

9

9010

Fortytwo Environmental Consultancy

8

8225

Pricewater

Sponsor

Platinum Sponsor

103


Exhibitor Listing by Sector GDF SUEZ

8

8005

Matasistem srl

8

8701

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

Haldor Topsoe A/S

8

8530

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

Hann-Ocean Energy Pte. Ltd.

9

9622

Pricewater

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

RENTECH

9

9407

9

9332

Sponsor

Hitachi, Ltd.

9

Japan Pavilion

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

IBG Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

Thomson Reuters

Atrium

A7

Air Treatment

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Axpo Kompogas Ltd.

7

7415

Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd

7

7415

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

KIER(Korea Institute of Energy Research)

9

Korean Pavilion

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

IRENA

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

MariMatic Oy

7

7410

Matasistem srl

8

8701

MEIDENSHA CORPORATION

9

Japan Pavilion

CNBC Arabia

9

CC5

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS

8

8830

Pricewater

Sponsor

Pricewater

Sponsor

Others Absolicon Solar Concentrator AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

ABU DHABI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

5

5320

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company

5

5210

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)

Atrium

A5

Atrium

A12

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

Society of Engineers - UAE

9

9334

SOITEC

8

French Pavilion

Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council

Swedish Energy Agency

8

Swedish Pavilion

Activ Solar

9

9410

ACWA POWER

10

PV19

ADETEF

8

French Pavilion

The Change Initiative

5

5005

The Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership

Thomson Reuters

9

9332

Air Liquide

10

PV08

Turboden

8

8830

Al Futtaim Motors - Lexus

9

9200

ALSA Solar Systems Limited L.L.C.

9

9000

ALSTOM

7

7100

AMANDUS KAHL GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

AQUANETTO AG

9

9020

Arabianomics

AREVA

7

7400

ARIA TECHNOLOGIES

8

French Pavilion

10

PV07

Water Management Clean Energy Business Council

9

9943

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400,PV06

Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Dimas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

GOAL ZERO Middle East

8

8414

Arya Drillers

Ital Parts Group Srl.

8

8627

AsiaToday

Japanese Business Alliance for Smart Energy Worldwide

9

Japan Pavilion

BAE Batterien GmbH

7

German Pavilion

104


Hosted by:

Exhibitor Listing by Sector BECKHOFF Automation GmbH/Dynamic Security LLC Beijing Remote Power Renewable Energy Science Technology Developing Co,.Ltd.

7

7341

Emirates Solar Industry Association

9

9944

7

7322

empuron AG

7

German Pavilion

Beijing Sunda Solar Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

7

Chinese Pavilion

Energia.sk

BELIMO Automation FZE

7

Swiss Pavilion

Energy & Enviro Finland

BM Holdings Inc

10

PV25

Energy Professionals Assn

9

9944

BNL Clean Energy AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Energy Update Magazine

Bumbou

Enerwhere

10

PV02

Business Development Nidwalden

7

Swiss Pavilion

7

Swiss Pavilion

BYD Company Limited

7

6130

5

5430

Cairpol

8

French Pavilion

Enswico AG Environment and Protected Areas Authority-Gov.of Sharjah Environment Friends Society/ENGINEERING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES

9

9740

Calpak-Cicero Hellas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

Environmental Centre for Arab Towns

8

8940

Campus France

8

8406

Environnement S.A

8

French Pavilion

Catecar Industries SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

Eurabia Media

CESI S.p.A

8

8230

Everphoton Energy Corp.

7

7245

Changzhou Sheng Yang New Energy Company Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

Excel Industry Co. LLC

7

6400

Trina Solar Co., Ltd.

6

6100

Exxon Mobil Corporation

5

5110

CLA-VAL EUROPE SARL

7

Swiss Pavilion

Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

7

German Pavilion

CLEANERGY AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

CleanFizz SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

CleantechAlps

7

Swiss Pavilion

Club ADEME International

8

CNPV Solar Power SA

Fondation Petite Cause, Grande Effets

7

Swiss Pavilion

Forbes Middle East Magazine

9

9910

Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing, Dresden branch (IZFP-D)

7

German Pavilion

French Pavilion

Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

8

Chinese Pavilion

GAUZER

9

Greece Pavilion

Corvus Energy

9

9320

Gebr. Schmid GmbH

7

German Pavilion

CPI - BGreen and Power and Water Magazine

9

9732

GeoSyndicate Power Pvt Ltd

CSEM-UAE Innovation Center LLC

10

PV11

Geotek Energy

10

PV10

DCNS

8

French Pavilion

Gestamp Solar

6

6230

DET NORSKE VERITAS (DNV)

7

7205

GIGA SOLAR MATERIALS CORP.

8

8010

Atrium

A3

GL Garrad Hassan

7

German Pavilion

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Global Green Growth Institute

6

5440

Durafos Inc.

9

Korean Pavilion

Gogreen2 Marketing Ltd

Ecoling Partner Ltd.

7

Swiss Pavilion

edf solar GmbH

7

German Pavilion

EESA Verbundinitiative c/o VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Eldan Recycling A/S

8

8820

ELECNOR, S.A

6

6020

Elsevier

9

9640

Emirates Environmental Group

8

8951

Dolphin Energy

GOPA International Energy Consultants GmbH

8

8140

GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION

9

9720

Green Africa Directory

Atrium

A11

Haisung Industrial Systems Co., LTD.

9

Korean Pavilion

HANSEO PRECISION METER

9

Korean Pavilion

HELLENIC FOREIGN TRADE BOARD

9

Hess Lichttechnik GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Grundfos Gulf Distribution FZE

105


Exhibitor Listing by Sector Hill & Smith Solar

8

8407

Hyundai E&C

9

Korean Pavilion

Indian Energy Ltd.

10

PV24

Inficon GmbH

7

Swiss Pavilion

INGETEAM SRL

8

8700

Innovation Norway

8

Norwegian Pavilion

INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

9

Intelligent Energy International Center on Small Hydro Power

ME Systems GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Microhumus

8

French Pavilion

Middle East Facilities Management Association

Mitsubishi Corporation

5

5220

Mitsui & Co., Middle East Ltd. Dubai

9

Japan Pavilion

Modern Power Systems

9428

My UAE Guide

9

9935

8

8330

NEM Middle East

6

6340

9

9945

NEST AS

8

Norwegian Pavilion

9

Japan Pavilion

Iseo-Environnement

8

French Pavilion

New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization

Italian Trade Commission

8

Italian Pavilion

New York University Abu Dhabi

6

5432

JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd.

7

7345

NGK Insulators, Ltd.

6

6105

Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East

9

Japan Pavilion

NIASA NEFF Y ASOCIADOS, SA

8

8600

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

Ningbo Jinghua New Energy Technical Co., Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

Jiangsu Sunchi New Energy Co., Ltd.

8

8240

NOVELTIS

8

French Pavilion

Jinko Solar Co., Ltd.

7

7343

NOZON TECHNOLOGIES

9

Belgium Pavilion

Jotun

8

Norwegian Pavilion

NVterra SA

7

Swiss Pavilion

JSR MICRO

9

Belgium Pavilion

Oil & Gas Directory Middle East

9

9932

Kawar Energy

10

PV12

Oil Review Middle East

KEPCO ENC

9

Korean Pavilion

Okaya & Co., Ltd

9

Japan Pavilion

KEPCO NF(Newclear Fuel)

9

Korean Pavilion

P-D Industriegesellschaft mbH

7

German Pavilion

KETEP(Korea Institute of Energy Evaluation & Planning)

9

Korean Pavilion

Petra Solar,Inc

10

PV18

KHALIFA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE

6

5420

PHILIPS

5

5010

KHNP(Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

Phono Solar Technology Co., LTD. (SUMEC)

8

Chinese Pavilion

kiloWattsol SAS

8

French Pavilion

PIKE Research

King Abdullah University of Science & TechnologyKAUST

10

PV20 and PV21

Pilot International

KMW Inc.

9

9725

KNUBIX GmbH

7

KOTRA

PONOVO POWER CO.,LTD

7

Chinese Pavilion

German Pavilion

Power-One Italy SPA

8

8620

9

Korean Pavilion

Premier Solar Technologies LLC

5

5510

KRINNER Schraubfundamente GmbH

7

7121

PV Magazine

9

9634

KUBOTA Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

PV-Kraftwerker GmbH & Co. KG

7

German Pavilion

LAKE GENEVA REGION

7

Swiss Pavilion

Qingdao Jiaoyang Lamping Co., Ltd.

8

8226

LDK Solar Hi-Tech(Nanchang) Co., LTD.

9

9305

Ravano Green Power Srl

8

8704

Lightlab Sweden AB

8

Swedish Pavilion

Recharge & Upstream Newspapers

9

9405

Limpet Technology Ltd

9

9240

Rechsand Science&Technology Group

7

Chinese Pavilion

Lumartix/solaronix

7

Swiss Pavilion

REFUsol GmbH

7

German Pavilion

M+W Group

7

German Pavilion

Rehact

8

Swedish Pavilion

Maersk Oil Middle East A/S

5

5000

Revista Panorama Industrial

106


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RG Thermal Energy Solutions

10

Ripasso Energy

The University of Toledo

8

8720

PV03

Thinktosustain.com

8

Swedish Pavilion

TOMSA DESTIL, S.L.

8

8004

Saxony Economic Development Corporation

7

German Pavilion

TOTAL

Atrium

A4

Scottish Development International

7

7230

Troiani & Ciarrocchi Srl

8

8626

SEBAB

8

Swedish Pavilion

Turboden SRL

8

8830

SEG PV Co., Ltd.

9

9406

TUV INTERCERT GmbH Group of TUV Saarland

8

8333

Sener Ingenieria’y Sistemas S.A.

6

6220

UBIFRANCE

8

French Pavilion

SERBOT AG

7

Swiss Pavilion

Union Gulf Representation Companies

9

9310

SET selected electronic technologies GmbH

7

German Pavilion

United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP)

8

8440

SGL Carbon GmbH

7

German Pavilion

ITP

9

9633

Shandong Lucy New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

8

Chinese Pavilion

VDMA Forum Environmental Technologies

7

German Pavilion

Shanghai Chiko Solar Technology Co., Ltd.

6

6011

Viessmann Middle East FZE

7

German Pavilion

Shawati Magazine

8

8632

Vincent Industrie

8

French Pavilion

Sky News Arabia

Vision Oilfield Equipment/Conlux

7

7236

SMA Solar Technology AG

7

German Pavilion

VLAKWA (Vlaams Kenniscentrum Water VZW)

9

Belgium Pavilion

SMART SAVING ENERGY LLC

5

5015

Volvo Cars, Middle East

8

Swedish Pavilion

Solartech co., ltd

9

Korean Pavilion

WAAREE ENERGIES PVT. LTD.

9

9425

SOLE U.A.E.

9

9300

Waste and Recycling ME

9

9731

Solite Electro Technology

10

PV27

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9

Greece Pavilion

SOUGHA EST.

7

7150

WesTech Solar Technology Wuxi Co., Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

State Company on Alternative and Renewabel Energy Sources of the Republic of Azerbaijan

5

5520

Windsia Energy Industries Pte Ltd.

9

9402

Atrium

A2

World Action

9

3225

Statoil

8

Norwegian Pavilion

World Construction Today

Storm Energy GmbH

7

German Pavilion

World Environment

Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited

9

Japan Pavilion

Worldoils

WWF INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL CLIMATE & ENERGY INITIATIVE

9

9745

Statistic Center Abu Dhabi

Sumitomo Corporation

9

Japan Pavilion

sunfire GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Yagai Workshop Limited Partnership

9

Japan Pavilion

Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd.

7

6530

Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd.

8

8410

SUNTRACK

8

8601

ZFEP

7

7300

Swedish Trade Council

8

8810

Zhongli Talesun Solar Co. Ltd,.

8

Chinese Pavilion

Technology Centre Mongstad

8

Norwegian Pavilion

MIT Technology Review

9

9730

TEL Solar

7

Swiss Pavilion

7

7244

The Business Year

BUREAU OF ENERGY, MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, TAIWAN

The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research

9

Japan Pavilion

5

5330

Bureau of Waterworks, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

The European Jordanian Company for Renewable Energy Projects (EJRE)

Clean Energy Business Council

9

9943

10

PV15

The Oil and Gas Year

Industry Supporter

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

DENTSU INC.

9

Japan Pavilion

107


Exhibitor Listing by Sector Department of Municipal Affairs

5

5310

Dimas Sa

9

Greece Pavilion

EGBC

9

9520

Frost & Sullivan

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

Emirates Solar Industry Assn ENOLIA PREMIUM CAPITAL S.I.F.

Clean Energy Pipeline

9

9423

CPI - Bgreen and Power & Water Magazine

9

9732

CNN

DMS Global WLL

9

9937

8950

Energia Today News Media Group

9

9644

9

9944

Forbes Middle East Magazine

9

9635

9

Greece Pavilion

Apollon Solar

8

French Pavilion

My UAE Guide

9

9935

CNBC - EMEA

Oil and Gas Directory Middle East

9

9932

EmiratesGreen Electrical and Mechanical Trading

8

8950

Oil & Gas News

9

9735

Energy Blitz

Oxford Business Group

9

9241

Energy Intelligence

8

8721

PV Magazine

9

9634

Financial Times

9

9631

Ernst & Young

Platinum Sponsor

FRANCE SOLAR INDUSTRY ñ Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables

8

French Pavilion

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

HANERGY HOLDING GROUP

7

7315

IMETH AG

9

9020

INES SOLAR

8

French Pavilion

Conergy Asia & ME PTE. Ltd.

9

9400

International Center on Small Hydropower

Independent Power Products Forum

9

9636

Jiangyin Huafang New Energy Hi-tech Equipment Co.,Ltd

8

Chinese Pavilion

JUSUNG ENGINEERING Co.,Ltd.

9

Korean Pavilion

KIER(Korea Institute of Energy Research)

9

Korean Pavilion

Middle East Facilities Association

Recharge & Upstream

9

9405

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

8

8103

MIT Technology Review

9

9730

German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

7

German Pavilion

Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., LTD

9

Japan Pavilion

Matasistem srl

8

8701

Thomson Reuters

9

9932

NUMOV

9

9442

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

Outokumpu

8

Swedish Pavilion

Energy Review

9

9733

Plantagon

8

Swedish Pavilion

PERPETUM ENERGY

9

Belgium Pavilion

Waster & Recycling ME

9

9731

Pricewater

Sponsor

RERI AG (Renewable Energy Research & Investment)

7

German Pavilion

SEMI

SENAAT(GENERAL HOLDING COMPANY )

5

Society of Engineers - UAE

Pricewater

Sponsor

ITP

9

9633

5426

Solartys

8

8602

9

9334

CNBC Arabia

Concourse

CC5

Atrium

A1

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)

8

8400

Swedish Energy Agency

8

Swedish Pavilion

Alternative Energy Africa

9

9645

Tuv Rheinland Consulting GmbH

7

German Pavilion

Gulf Oilfield DIrectory

9

9936

Green Middle East

9

9422

Atkepp

9

9933

Shell International

Media The National

10

CC3

National Geographic Al Arabiya

Capital Business Magazine

9

9732

108

Sponsors Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)

Principal

Emirates Aluminium

Associate


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China Pavilion

Hall 7 & 8

Exxon Mobil Energy Outlook Forum

Platinum

France Pavilion

Hall 8

First Solar GmbH

Platinum

German Pavilion

Hall 7

Schneider Electric

Platinum

Greece Pavilion

Hall 9

Shell International

Platinum

India Pavilion

Hall 9

TOTAL

Platinum

Italy Pavilion

Hall 8

Occidental Oil and Gas International

Platinum

Ernst & Young

Japan Pavilion

Hall 9

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority

Gold

Korea Pavilion

Hall 9

ETIHAD RAIL

Gold

Norway Pavilion

Hall 8

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UK Pavilion

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USA Pavilion

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EGPI

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