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The capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is a business-centric hub, strategically located at the heart of the energy evolution. It provides a gateway to the growing economies of the MENA region, India and Asia. The regions have witnessed multi-billion dollar investments towards expanding, upgrading and building new power generation and transmission infrastructure, energy storage and smart grids as well as renewable energy and nuclear power.

With its ‘Economic Vision 2030’ and ‘UAE Energy Strategy 2050’ the UAE government strongly supports a conducive platform towards innovation, cost efficiencies in the energy sector, investor friendly regulations and responsible governance. The Emirate also has easy access to developing markets, with more than 200 air routes, 150 shipping lanes and world-class, fully integrated port and logistics’ infrastructure.

Abu Dhabi, UAE

ENCOURAGING GLOBAL INVESTMENTS

The capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi boasts multi-billion dollar investment opportunities towards expanding, upgrading and building new power generation and transmission infrastructure, energy storage and smart grids solutions as well as renewable energy and nuclear power systems to meet rising global demand.

UAE ECONOMIC GROWTH

With its ‘Economic Vision 2030’ and ‘UAE Energy Strategy 2050’ set to save approximately USD 190 billion in overall energy costs, the UAE government provides a strong conducive environment towards innovation, cost efficient measures, investor friendly regulations and responsible governance.

A DIVERSIFIED ENERGY MIX

Home to one of the most advanced energy sectors in the region, Abu Dhabi has seen robust growth in electricity consumption with an annual growth rate of 5% over the past five years. Renewable energy, nuclear and waste-to-energy have allowed for lucrative business opportunities to arise.