All you need to know about the 26th WETEX in Dubai

The 26Th Wetex In Dubai This 2024, The Region’s Largest Sustainability And Clean Energy Technology Exhibition Organised By Dewa (Dubai Electricity And Water Authority)

Register ahead for WETEX, the region’s largest sustainability and clean energy technology exhibition


The Year of Sustainability has brought with it a lot of change for the greener good, the latest on that front being the return of WETEX!

Organised by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), WETEX is the region’s largest sustainability and clean energy technology exhibition.


Running from 1-3 October, the exhibition is open to traders across Halls 1-8, Sheikh Saeed Hall 1-3, Trade Centre Arena, Za’abeel Hall 1-3.

Now in its 26th edition, it’s the perfect forum for international organisations to present their solutions and products, and learn about innovations from elsewhere. The event’s agenda interlinks themes in energy, water, sustainability, green technologies, renewable and clean energy, green mobility solutions, sustainable development, green buildings, water desalination technologies, smart cities and more.

WETEX also appeals for its packed series of specialised seminars and panel discussions, always held on the event’s sidelines. Popular and thought-provoking, these provide attendees with excellent opportunities to exchange ideas with international experts and specialists.

Additionally, the exhibition is an unbeatable chance to directly access key decision-makers, with government representatives, business leaders, investors and country delegations from around the world taking part.

As in previous editions, the efforts of the UAE and Dubai will feature prominently, allowing delegates to explore first-hand the achievements that make this city one of the world’s pioneers in renewable and clean energy, protecting natural resources and achieving sustainability and a green economy.


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