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The World Utilities Congress to cover core sectors of Generation, Distribution, Water, and Utilities


Hosted by TAQA, the World Utilities Congress is the best and most well-known platform exploring the latest products, innovations, and technological advances across the power and utility industry. Thanks to the growing demand for energy services, a new energy ecosystem is emerging. As a result, during the next decade, multibillion-dollar investment opportunities will be available in the power and utility industry. The event, which will be held from 9 – 11 May at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), brings together leaders in the power and water industries to provide insights on creating durable low-carbon business models with a digitally agile operation. 

With over 10,000 power and utility attendees, 120+ exhibiting companies and 1,000+ conference delegates, the World Utilities Congress will cover the core sectors of Generation, Distribution, Water, and Utilities. The star of the show, The Hydrogen Theatre, is a dedicated area on the exhibition floor that will discuss the extensive development and progress that has been made in this integral industry and regarding hydrogen, a key energy carrier. In addition, high-level strategic and technical conferences will be held throughout the event to provide insights into how the energy transition can contribute to global transformation. Sponsored by the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, visitor registration starts at $595. With the Early- Bird offer, which runs until 31st March, passes start at $495, and registrations are now open at the official website. 


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