The business platforms of choice for sustainable energy management

Advanced Conferences & Meetings is proud to present the Dubai Demand Side Management Series. Dubai’s revolutionary Demand Side Management strategy is the first of its kind in the Middle East region, designed to optimise sustainability in the management of the Emirate’s water, energy and fuel resources through such innovative and far reaching initiatives as the Dubai Plan 2021 and the Dubai Integrated energy Strategy 2030 as well as the establishment of a clear governance framework. With eight programmes to manage and rationalise energy demand within the strategy, the new opportunities available to companies active in the sustainable energy services field are vast and exciting.

In response to the resulting demand for specialist, interactive insights in to the opportunities this unique strategy creates, ACM has introduced a series of unique B2B business conferences that give access to key government decision makers and expert international thought leaders alongside the means to network effectively amongst new business prospects. The inaugural 2015 event in the series, RetrofitTech received the official support of Emirates Green Building Council and Etihad Energy Services and was honoured to count amongst its speakers; H.E. Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO, DEWA, Faisal Ali Hassan Rashid, Director, Supreme Council of Energy, Stephane Le Gentil, CEO, Etihad Energy Services, James Grinnell, Head of water, Regulation and Supervisory Bureau for Electricity and Water and Saeed Al Abbar, Chairman, Emirates Green Building Council (EGBC).

These high-level events, based on extensive industry research, guided and supplemented by key industry partners and informed by local market expertise will serve to provide regular business platforms to assist and compliment Dubai’s ambitious Demand Side Management strategy.

Current Events in the Dubai Demand Side Management Series

For more information on the series, please contact opportunities@acm-events.com or call +971 4 361 4001.