12-15 September (Monday-Thursday)
International Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Exhibition, Tehran International Permanent Fairground, Tehran, Iran.
13-14 September (Tuesday-Wednesday) South Sudan Oil & Power Conference, Juba, South Sudan, Venue TBA.
15 September (Thursday) UN’s Arab Regional Forum on Climate Finance, United Nations House in Beirut, Lebanon.
20 September (Tuesday) UN Regional Economic Committee for Europe, Geneva, Switzerland.
27-29 September (Tuesday-Thursday): WETEX & Dubai Solar Show, UAE.
28-29 September (Wednesday-Thursday): 8th World Green Economy Summit (WGES), UAE.
28-29 September (Wednesday- Thursday): Saudi Maritime Congress, Dhahran Expo, Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
28-30 September (Wednesday-Friday): Ethio Weetex- Water, Energy, Electricity, Renewable (Solar, Wind) Energy, Technology Exhibition, Millennium Hall, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
4-5 October (Tuesday- Wednesday): Green Energy Africa, Cape Town International Convention Centre 2, South Africa.
16-21 October (Sunday-Friday): Arab Conference of Plant Protection, Le Royal Hotel, Hammamet, Tunisia.
24-26 October (Monday-Wednesday): International Exhibition of Renewable Energies Clean Energies and Sustainable Development, Centre Des Conventions Mohammed Ben Ahmed, Oran, Algeria.
31 October (Monday): Deadline for proposals for Jordan’s USD 2 bn Aqaba-Amman desalination project.
Approval of EU draft document pushing countries participating in COP27 to to improve their climate change targets.
Sustainability Forum Middle East is taking place in Bahrain.
Nigeria hopes to secure USD 10 bn support package for green energy transition before COP27.
7-18 November (Monday-Friday): Egypt will host COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh.
23-24 November (Wednesday-Thursday): Global Conference on Sustainable Partnerships, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Deadline of bid submissions for the Ras Mohaisen – Baha – Makkah Independent Water Transmission Pipeline in Saudi Arabia.
Terra Carta Action Forum (2 days) organized by the Prince of Wales’ Sustainable Markets Initiative.
UNFCCC’s capacity building hub.
13-15 December (Tuesday-Thursday): International Renewable Energy Congress, Hammamet, Tunisia.
15 December (Thursday) The UN’s 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15), Montreal, Canada.
14-21 January (Saturday-Saturday): Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week takes place in the UAE.
16-18 January (Monday-Wednesday): EcoWASTE, Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC), UAE.
6-8 February (Monday-Wednesday): Saudi International Marine Exhibition and Conference, Hilton Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The second edition of The Arab Green Summit (TAGS), Dubai, UAE
15-19 March (Wednesday-Sunday): Qatar International Agricultural and Environmental Exhibition, Doha, Qatar.
1-3 June (Thursday-Saturday): Envirotec and Energie Expo, UTICA, Tunis, Tunisia.
Chariot Limited and Total Eren’s feasibility study on a 10 GW green hydrogen plant in Mauritania to be completed.
6-17 November (Monday-Friday): The UAE will host COP28.
EVENTS WITH NO SET DATE
KSA’s Neom wants to tender three concrete water reservoir projects to up its water storage capacity by 6 mn liters.
Early 2023: Egypt’s KarmSolar to launch KarmCharge, the company’s EV charging venture.
Mid-2023: Sale of Sembcorp Energy India Limited to consortium of Omani investors to close.
Phase C of the 900-MW of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai to be completed.
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) steam cracker furnace powered by renewable energy to come online.
End-2024: Emirati Masdar’s 500 MW wind farm in Uzbekistan to begin commercial operations.
QatarEnergy’s industrial cities solar power project will start electricity production.
First 1.5 GW phase of Morocco’s Xlinks solar and wind energy project to be operational.
Second 1.5 GW phase of Morocco’s Xlinks solar and wind energy project to be operational.
UAE to have over 1k EV charging stations installed.
1Q 2026: QatarEnergy’s USD 1 bn blue ammonia plant to be completed.
End-2026: HSBC Bahrain to eliminate single-use PVC plastic cards.
Iraq’s Mass Group Holding wants to invest EUR 1 bn on its thermal plant Mintia in Romania to have 62% of run on renewable energy, while expanding its energy capacity to at least 1.29k MWh.
MENA’s district cooling market is expected to reach USD 15 bn.
UAE’s Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) wants to provide AED 35 bn in green financing.
UAE targets 14 GW in clean energy capacity.
Tunisia targets 30% of renewables in its energy mix.
Qatar wants to generate USD 17 bn from its circular economy, creating 9k-19k jobs.
Morocco’s Xlinks solar and wind energy project to generate 10.5 GW of energy.
Qatar to capture up to 11 mn tons of CO2 annually.
Qatar’s Public Works Authority’s (Ashghal) USD 1.5 bn sewage treatment facility to reach 600k cm/d capacity.
Nigeria aims to achieve its net-zero emissions target.