2023 Energy & Sustainability Summit records over 210 in attendance
Delegates included government, developers, operators, consultants, contractors and suppliers
The Big Project Middle East editorial team has confirmed that the second edition of its Energy & Sustainability Summit saw attendance by 214 delegates. The summit took place at the Habtoor Grand Resort in JBR, Dubai on 23 May, and has been green lit to return in 2024.
The event featured a keynote on achieving Net Zero delivered by Majd Fayyad from the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, in addition to four panel discussions, one fireside chat with ECC and two presentations by Thinkproject and Mott Macdonald. The panel discussions were centred on COP28, energy and the energy transition, Net Zero and decarbonsation of the built environment, and smart and sustainable mobility. Check out the event’s full agenda here.
Speakers and delegates included officials from government & municipality, developers, operators, consultants, contractors and suppliers.
“The second edition of the Energy & Sustainability Summit was larger than its predecessor in terms of overall scope and attendance. With 31 high-profile speakers from government, developers, legal, consultants, contractors, technology companies and other suppliers, it’s obvious that the topics of energy and sustainability are front of mind. We look forward to building on the momentum of this conference with Big Project Middle East during the year, and look forward to the third edition in 2024,” stated Jason Saundalkar, Head of Content at Big Project Middle East.
Check out the event’s image gallery here.
The Big Project Middle East editorial team also said it is now working on its next event, the inaugural Future of Water Summit. The event is scheduled to take place on 21 June at the Habtoor Grand Resort, JBR in Dubai. Registration is complementary but mandatory for industry professionals.