MEE Saudi introduces Renewable Energy Arabia

Gwen Kaufmann - Wednesday, November 6, 2019    


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Middle East Electricity (MEE) Saudi organised by Informa Markets, a crucial event for anyone with an interest in the energy industry , is adding a new feature: To take account of the importance of solar energy within the Saudi market, MEE Saudi 2019 is introducing Renewable Energy Arabia. A dedicated sector of the exhibition scheduled to take place from November 19 to 21, 2019 at the Riyadh International Convention Center KSA will showcase renewables, energy management and innovative storage solutions from local and international brands in an effort to find the answer to  constantly changing capacity challenges. The Middle East Electricity Saudi Conference will take place alongside the show and provide important insights and knowledge from senior stakeholders, policy makers, industry leaders and solution providers who are driving the energy market forward. (kf)

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