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Webinar: Supply Chain in the MENA Solar Industry Shift of Priorities and Management of Risks

January 19 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Time:
04:00 PM
  
To:
05:30 PM
Date:
Jan 19, 2021

 

MESIA with the support of ATA insight invite you to attend a virtual workshop at the occasion of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week  

Programme Outline

The Supply chain topic is at the center of attention of the industry demonstrating the added value that it brings to the organizations. It has been a major contributor in ensuring the protection of the workforce, maintaining operations and reducing costs during COVID 19. There is a shift of priorities and management of risks.

 

Panel discussion moderated by Moderated by Raed Bkayrat, Senior Energy Advisor, Sunergy Advisory 

Speakers include:

 Introductory remarks – Ahmed NADA,  President of MESIA

Vikas Bansal, Head – International Business Development, Sterling & Wilson Solar

Alvaro Gonzalez – Strategic Procurement, ACWA Power

Carmen Vidal – Chief Procurement Officer, ENGIE (Middle East South & Central Asia and Turkey)

Hisham A. AlFouzan – Energy Segment Director, MISA

Muna Ahmad Alamoodi – Director of Future Energy, Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure

Jad Al Masry, Head of Contracts and Procurement, Masdar Clean Energy

 

The panelists will exchange views on the shift of priorities and management of risks  in particular, on:

  • What changes could be expected in the organizations to successfully combine increase of competitiveness while the local content policies and regulation are getting stronger in all GCC countries.
  • How the current crisis would affect the development strategy of international suppliers to position themselves as key partners in the new GCC localization framework.
  • What can be expected in the next 2 years in terms of price evolution due to possible less demand or slower projects launch

 

Panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session.

Register here.

Details

Date:
January 19
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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