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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Egypt

Has 24 hydrogen projects with a total value of direct investment of 147 billion dollars, ranked 2nd worldwide and 1st regionally. The country has signed 7 agreements in renewable energy and green hydrogen.

Algeria

Algeria Committed to reducing its GHG emissions by 2030, Algeria is flagging its most promising sites for CCUS projects and plans to export between 30 and 40 TWh by 2040 of gaseous green hydrogen and liquified derivatives.

Morocco

Morocco has earmarked 1 million hectares for green hydrogen projects, with an initial phase covering 300,000 hectares to entire investors. The Kingdom aims to produce 52% of energy from renewable sources by 2030.

Saudi Arabia

The Saudi giants are investing heavily in renewables and building the world’s largest green hydrogen-based ammonia production plant, among building out Hydrogen and CCUS.

Namibia

Namibia has earmarked 1 million hectares for green hydrogen projects, with an initial phase covering 300,000 hectares to entire investors. The Kingdom aims to produce 52% of energy from renewable sources by 2030.

Oman

Along with significant projects in the pipeline for CCUS, Oman is expected to become the biggest green hydrogen exporter in the MENA region by 2030. Omani authorities have awarded a $6.7-billion deal to build the world’s largest green hydrogen plant in Duqm.

Egypt

Has 24 hydrogen projects with a total value of direct investment of 147 billion dollars, ranked 2nd worldwide and 1st regionally. The country has signed 7 agreements in renewable energy and green hydrogen.

Algeria

Algeria Committed to reducing its GHG emissions by 2030, Algeria is flagging its most promising sites for CCUS projects and plans to export between 30 and 40 TWh by 2040 of gaseous green hydrogen and liquified derivatives.

Morocco

Morocco has earmarked 1 million hectares for green hydrogen projects, with an initial phase covering 300,000 hectares to entire investors. The Kingdom aims to produce 52% of energy from renewable sources by 2030.

Saudi Arabia

The Saudi giants are investing heavily in renewables and building the world’s largest green hydrogen-based ammonia production plant, among building out Hydrogen and CCUS.

Namibia

Namibia has earmarked 1 million hectares for green hydrogen projects, with an initial phase covering 300,000 hectares to entire investors. The Kingdom aims to produce 52% of energy from renewable sources by 2030.

Oman

Along with significant projects in the pipeline for CCUS, Oman is expected to become the biggest green hydrogen exporter in the MENA region by 2030. Omani authorities have awarded a $6.7-billion deal to build the world’s largest green hydrogen plant in Duqm.

What’s in store?

EXPO

Innovation hub, showcasing global tech, and inspiring experiences in energy advancements.
Oct 1-3

Networking hub

Immersive Networking Areas for sustainable energy experts fostering innovation, collaboration and knowledge exchange.
Oct 1-3

Sustainable Energy Conference

Join the world’s energy leaders as they explore the adoption of sustainable energy across MENA.

Oct 1

Global Hydrogen Summit

Explore the potential of Hydrogen as the fuel of tomorrow- turning vision into action.
Oct 2

CCUS Forum

Advancing CCUS for the 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 events, join leaders in networking and dinner.

Oct 1

Energy Executives Circle

A high level event which unites ministers and world leaders to collaborate on advancing sustainable energy.
Oct 1

*CSEW PROGRAMMING SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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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.

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