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Thursday, 18 April 2024

Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East Explore Developments in Water Desalination at World Future Energy Summit

On the sidelines of the World Future Energy Summit 2024, the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (MoEI) in collaboration with Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East organized a joint session to explore the latest developments in the field, share experiences and best practices.

The session brought together companies specialized in water desalination from both sides, local and federal departments, electricity and water companies, the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, Khalifa University, Sharjah University, New York University Abu Dhabi, and several Japanese companies and universities.

They explored ways to enhance cooperation between the two sides with the aim to improve energy efficiency, deploy renewable energy, and leverage latest desalination technologies. Moreover, they highlighted the UAE’s leading desalination projects and smart management technologies that support the UAE Water Security Strategy 2036.

His Excellency Eng Ahmed Al Kaabi, Assistant Undersecretary for the Electricity, Water, and Future Energy Sector at MoEI, attended the session. He commended the deep-rooted relations between the UAE and Japan that have progressed in the past few years due to the shared vision and trust between the two sides.

His Excellency Eng Al Kaabi said: “The water projects in the UAE aim to meet the needs of various areas given the continuous increase of the population. Such meetings reflect the joint desire of both countries to expand the scope of cooperation between them.”


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