Intersolar Middle East

September 26-27, 2017
Conrad Dubai, UAE

The international conference for the solar industry of the Middle East

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With events held on four continents, today Intersolar is the world’s leading gathering for the solar industry and its partners. Each year 2,600 exhibitors, 91,000 visitors, 6,400 conference attendees and 720 speakers from around the globe place their trust in us.  

High-impact two-day event focusing on networking, speakers and discussion. In addition to a conference program featuring more than 40 hours of valuable content, 100+ speakers and 500+ conference attendees will profit from the unique networking opportunities offered by the second Intersolar Middle East. Conference attendees will gain deep insights into the MENA renewable energy market. Discussions will focus on the latest PV technologies, project developments, and O&M, with a variety of workshops offering plenty of space for a lively exchange of ideas. The networking events are ideal for forging valuable, long-term partnerships.

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Intersolar Middle East 2017 with a stronger focus on policies and markets

Intersolar Middle East 2017 takes place September 26 – 27 at the Conrad Dubai Hotel in the United Arab Emirates. It is the key event in the Middle East dedicated to the solar industry. The conference is a premier networking platform and has a focus on established, emerging and the ‘untapped’ markets in the MENA region, PV Power Plants, Best Practices, Financing and Business Models. Since being founded, Intersolar has become the most important platform for the global solar industry.

Middle East Solar Outlook

With record low tariffs on Dubai Electricity and Water Authority’s (DEWA) 800 MW Phase III project and Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority’s (ADWEA) Sweihan project, we could call it a successful year for large scale solar on the Arabian Peninsula.

The world record tariffs provided solar with an important jump-start of more large scale solar projects in the MiddleEast in 2016 (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Jordan) and will drive even more large-scale project announcements and executions in 2017 in other countries (e.g. Oman and Tunisia).  

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