The World Green Economy Summit attracts 12 sponsors

During the summit, which recently concluded in Dubai.

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The eighth edition of the World Green Economy Summit 2022, which recently concluded in Dubai, has attracted 12 local and international sponsors.

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), which organized the summit in cooperation with the World Green Economy Organization and the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, explained that the sponsors included the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), Emirates Global Aluminium, Dragon Oil Company, Emirates Corporation. Central Cooling Systems (Empower), Emirates NBD, National Bonds Group, Dubal Holding, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Etihad Energy Services (Etihad ESCO), Dubai Green Fund, Data Center for Integrated Solutions (Moro), and BMW.

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice President of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and President of the World Green Economy Organization, stressed to the summit’s sponsors the importance of strengthening international partnerships in facing global challenges, supporting climate action, consolidating sustainability and accelerating the shift towards a sustainable green economy, and ensuring a brighter and more sustainable future for all. .

Al Tayer said: “Thanks to the unlimited support of the wise leadership, and the concerted local and global efforts, the summit has become an important global platform that brings together a number of local and international dignitaries, in addition to a large number of international speakers, officials, representatives of government institutions, media representatives, experts and academics, to exchange experiences and discuss Effective strategies and solutions to adapt to the repercussions of climate change and mitigate its effects, and to achieve carbon neutrality and the ambitions that the world seeks to achieve in this framework.

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