PRLog - Oct. 24, 2012 - LEICESTER, U.K. -- Following Abu Dhabi's lead in setting a renewable energy goal, other governments in the region have developed their own clean energy plans for the next decade or two. Saudi Arabia, for example, hopes to generate 41 gigawatts of electricity from solar power, and both Kuwait and Dubai plan to obtain 5% of their power needs from renewable sources by 2030. These figures show increasing determination to produce sustainable energy locally and indicate the promising investment potential of the renewables sector across MENA. Our MENA renewable energy map (http://www.worldfutureenergysummit.com/
World Future Energy Summit Link 2
Since 2008, the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) (http://www.worldfutureenergysummit.com/
Next January, the World Future Energy Summit will once again bring together investors, project developers and innovators to enable firm progress on developing the infrastructure needed to produce more power for urban and rural areas from renewable sources and lessen the environmental impact of economic growth. The Project and Finance Village (http://www.worldfutureenergysummit.com/
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (http://www.abudhabisustainabilityweek.com/
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