Cairo Sustainable Energy Week

Building a sustainable tomorrow today

The world unites to advance the energy systems of the future

Oct 1 - 3 , 2024 Cairo, Egypt

Venue – The Grand Egyptian Museum

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Natural Gas

The discovery of Egypt’s massive Zohr natural gas field by the Italian energy major Eni (The largest eastern Mediterranean gas find to date with 850 billion cubic meters of gas in place mean Egypt could become energy self sufficient.

Hydrogen

Egypt is pursuing feasibility studies on blue hydrogen projects. Often touted as an economically viable option, blue hydrogen is created using high heat and steam to break down natural gas into hydrogen. The carbon dioxide produced in the process is captured and permanently stored or utilized.

Carbon capture

The Egyptian government and Italian multinational oil and gas company, Eni, have embarked on developing a $25 million, multi-phased carbon capture and storage project that aims to dramatically reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Based in the Meleiha field in the northern part of the country.

Low carbon ammonia

Egypt is the world’s seventh largest ammonia producer, just behind Saudi Arabia which is the largest producer in the MENA region. Studies are being undertaken to evaluate the available opportunities for establishing blue ammonia projects in Egypt as one of the solutions to provide low carbon energy.

Natural Gas

The discovery of Egypt’s massive Zohr natural gas field by the Italian energy major Eni (The largest eastern Mediterranean gas find to date with 850 billion cubic meters of gas in place mean Egypt could become energy self sufficient.

Hydrogen

Egypt is pursuing feasibility studies on blue hydrogen projects. Often touted as an economically viable option, blue hydrogen is created using high heat and steam to break down natural gas into hydrogen. The carbon dioxide produced in the process is captured and permanently stored or utilized.

Carbon capture

The Egyptian government and Italian multinational oil and gas company, Eni, have embarked on developing a $25 million, multi-phased carbon capture and storage project that aims to dramatically reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Based in the Meleiha field in the northern part of the country.

Low carbon ammonia

Egypt is the world’s seventh largest ammonia producer, just behind Saudi Arabia which is the largest producer in the MENA region. Studies are being undertaken to evaluate the available opportunities for establishing blue ammonia projects in Egypt as one of the solutions to provide low carbon energy.

What’s in store

EXPO

Explore the potential of Hydrogen as the fuel of tomorrow- turning vision into action.
Oct 1-3

Networking hub

Premier hub for global sustainable energy experts, fostering innovation, collaboration, and knowledge exchange.

Oct 1-3

Sustainable Energy Conference

Join the world’s energy leaders as they discuss policy investments and the adoption of sustainable energy across MENA.
Oct 1

GHS Conference

Explore the potential of Hydrogen as the fuel of tomorrow- turning vision into action.

Oct 2

CCUS Forum

Collaborative approaches for advancing CCUS for effective decarbonization of energy and and fostering low carbon energy systems
Oct 3

Masterclass workshops

Immersive learning on sustainable energy, policy and finance, carbon capture, green hydrogen.

Oct 1-3

Gala Dinner

The culmination of a week-long expo and climate activities, where awards honour excellence.
Oct 1

EEC

The culmination of a week-long expo and climate activities, where awards honour excellence.
Oct 1

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Overview

Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), a non-profit intergovernmental organization, is committed to advancing renewable energy and energy efficiency across 17 Arab countries. This year, RCREEE partners with Birba, an events, media, and intelligence company, for the second edition of the highly anticipated Cairo Sustainability Energy Week (CSEW) 2024! With shared values as advocates for renewable energy transition, the collaboration holds immense potential. Leveraging Birba’s expertise in sustainable energy events, CSEW 2024 aims to create a collaborative space where policymakers, energy experts, and companies come together to advance sustainable energies.

Our Partners

Speakers 2023

Jauad El Kharraz

Executive Director of RCREEE

Chantal Colle

Interim Director, Africa Renewable Energy Initiative (Arei)

Jamila Matar

Energy Departement Director, Las

Dawei Wang

Senior Manager Of The West Asia-north Africa Office

Joseph Al Assad

Advisor, Energy Department, League Of Arab States

Roula Majdalani

Climate Change Advisor, Icarda

Nour Mohamed El Sabagh

Bd Manager - Huawei Digital Power Egypt

Saeed Balhaddad

General Manager & Commercial Director, Gulf Renewable Energy

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