MESIA organizes solar focused workshop, conference or briefing each month. This provides a very high level networking
opportunities for our members and everyone who is interested in the Solar Industry in the Middle East. During those events,
the attendance is exposed to key stakeholders in both the public and private sector.
MESIA also creates a solar community in the Middle East and provides networking opportunities for Middle East solar
professionals through its participation in national and international tradeshows.

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January 2021

WFES Webinar: Restoring Focus on a Circular Economy in the Aftermath of Global Developments

January 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Focusing on the circular economy of waste, this webinar will look at new value chains within waste, the benefits of recycling and the changing approaches to dealing with waste, including drivers to reduce single-use plastic and how technology will increasingly influence decisions taken in the sector. Strategies for the adoption of the circular economy model Integration of modern technology into waste management Minimising waste production Improving recycling and re-use rates Register to attend here.

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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

  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…

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WFES Webinar: Stimulating Economies: Low carbon is ‘Business as Usual’

January 20 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

International companies are increasingly declaring their targets to reduce their emissions and become net zero carbon businesses. As the New Energy Economy ushers in an era of low-carbon government, how do companies play their role? This webinar will discuss how major businesses set targets, how aggressive these should be, how practices could change and what business opportunities and investment this will bring. Hear how different industries are planning to reduce their emissions What groundwork and planning is needed to become…

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WFES Webinar: Decarbonising GCC Water Networks

January 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

As the region's water use increases, not just for its populations and industries but also in support of agriculture, as countries push to increase their food security, how do governments also get more efficiency from water? This webinar will discuss how to decarbonise water supply in the region, through use of lower energy technologies such as reverse osmosis, the future role of renewables in desalination, and how to maximise water reuse. Building sector resilience using renewable energy Maximising the use…

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Solar Virtual Conference

January 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

MESIA is partnering with Middle East Energy and Intersolar on the upvoming solar conference January 26     Dont miss Mesia President Ahmed Nada and MESIA member Jinko among others  at 15:45 on january 26 for their panel discussion on "Facilitating the switch to solar energy"   1. Approaches for developing utility-scale solar projects 2. Mechanisms for developing distributed and rooftop solar capacity 3. Infrastructure and grid investments required to facilitate the development of solar energy 4. The role…

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Jordan: State of the Solar Energy Market- Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Development Goals in Jordan

January 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

January 26th  10:00 CET/11:00 Jordan/ 1pm UAE Solar energy has made great strides in Jordan and continues to progress despite a challenging 2020. At the start of this year, there were 1550 MW of installed renewable capacity, three quarters of which came from solar, accounting for 16% of electricity generation. Renewables are set to continue growing and are expected to reach 2400 MW by the end of 2021. But 2020 has left almost no one unscathed and in March 2020,…

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