- 1st high-level Renewable Energy Conference
- Egypt's Participation in G20 Africa Partnership Conference
- Belt and Road Forum
- Narrative PR Summit
- Euromoney Conferences
- 2nd International Conference for Co-Operative Housing
- 26th session of joint Egyptian-Jordanian Higher committee
- Egypt's Participation in TICAD VI
- Egypt's participation in G20 Hangzhou Summit
- Egyptian-S. Korean Forum
- MOC 2016
- Egypt hosts Africa 2016 business forum for boosting inter-African integration
- International maritime transport and logistics conference
- 17th Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty
- African economic blocs Summit
- Forum for the Future
- Egypt Energy Investment Summit Cairo, 16-18 February 2016
- World Government Summit
- Suez Canal Global Conference
- Sixth Meeting of the EU-Egypt Association Council
- Group 8: Arab Spring Summit
- Comesa 2012
- World Economic Forum - Davos
- Egypt Economic Development Conference March 2015
- International Economic Conference of Matrouh Governorate
- Al MAL – GTM
- Egyptian - Gulf investment Forum
- 4th World Government Summit
- Regional Conference on Economic Liberalization
- Forum on China-Africa Cooperation
- Tripartite Regional Economic Communities
(9-11 October, 2018)
1st high-level Renewable Energy Conference
Tuesday، 09 October 2018 - 02:34 PM
The Electricity Ministry, the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) co-organize the first high-level Renewable Energy Conference, held from October 9 to 11, 2018, with the participation of Electricity Minister Mohammad Shaker and IRENA Director-General Adnan Z. Amin.
The three-day Egypt Renewable Energy Conference seeks to advance renewable development in Egypt and features the release of IRENA’s Egypt Renewable Energy Outlook report, a comprehensive assessment of Egypt’s full renewable energy potential.
Egypt aims to source 20% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2022, rising to 42% by 2035 as it works to meet rising demand for power.
Total installed capacity currently stands at around 3.9 gigawatts, much of which is from hydropower.
The conference brings together investors and national policy makers from Egypt and across the Middle East and North Africa region to advance energy transformation across Egypt as it pursues short and medium-term targets and capitalize on falling technology costs.