Global Clean Cities Expo 2024 takes look at clean future

The Global Clean Cities Expo 2024 has seen a major footfall of global enthusiasts from Clean Energy, Waste Management, Smart Infrastructure, E-Mobility, Circular Economy, City Beautification and related sectors.
The show was divided into three sects – a powerful exhibition, a parallel high-profile conference and networking breaks comprising impactful business meetings.
From the notable exhibitors, we had Masdar, Tadweer, AESG, Damac, Sharaf Future, Atarfil, Carpi Tech, Evac, Kazam, Food Recycle International, BuymEV, Renie, Clearbot, Ibn Al Nafees, Organic Recycling, Almasa, Hygientech, Suntec, Aquabiotestlab, Aryav Green Energy, Chakr Innovation, – and many more!
Futuristic landscape
The exhibits mainly focused on how to transform the clean city sector landscape into a futuristic one.
The conference sessions had key speakers from prominent organisations and departments including UAE Sustainable Development Research and Training Institute, Tadweer, MOCCAE, Emirates Development Bank, ne’ma, Aldar, Masdar City, AESG, Damac, MESIA, Department of Municipalities and Transport, Al Futtaim Electric Mobility, Alstom, Diamond Developers, Schneider Electric, Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council and several others.
Addressing key challenges such as waste management, sustainable transportation, renewable energy integration, and smart urban development, highlighting the UAE’s commitment to sustainability and its role as a marketplace for sustainable solutions, the event provided a platform for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration, driving forward the agenda for cleaner and smarter cities.
“Two incredible days at Global Clean Cities Expo 2024! Engaging with inspiring people across industries, sharing valuable insights, and building strong connections has been truly rewarding. I’m excited to nurture these relationships and continue the momentum,” said Emel Dissanayake from EV Flash.
“Thrilled to have been a part of the Global Clean Cities Expo 2024 in Dubai, where we showcased our company’s innovative products paving the way for sustainable solutions.
Incredible experience
“It was an incredible experience connecting with like-minded companies and networking with industry leaders passionate about driving environmental change. Grateful for the opportunity to contribute to a greener, cleaner future!” said Ahmed Gadein Obied from Almasa Environmental Solutions.”
“Had the pleasure to attend the Global Clean Cities Expo 2024 to learn more about the new technologies and proposed solutions aiming towards sustainable urban development and the Pathway to #netzero 2050,” remarked Joanna Malkoun from Ras Al Khaimah Municipality Department.
“I was amazed by the presence of clean city enthusiasts from around the world. Witnessing such a diverse and passionate gathering of individuals who shared a common goal of promoting sustainability and creating cleaner, smarter cities was truly inspiring for me,” said Mohammad Talha, Project Manager – Global Clean Cities Expo 2024 Dubai.
“I am thrilled at how impactful the GCC Conference turned out to be with engaging panel discussions on topics ranging from smart transportation, and clean energy solutions to food & waste management strategies. The diverse representation from key stakeholders, including government officials, industry experts, and environmental advocates like Masdar City, Tadweer group, ne’ma, etc. fulfilled its aim to foster collaboration, innovation, and knowledge sharing in the pursuit of sustainable urban development,”  commented Afsheen Siddiqui, Head – Strategic Partnerships & Conference Production – TAB group.
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