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AUD to host Emirates Energy Efficiency Summit

Event designed to elevate awareness and support for energy-saving and climate change projects Preparations for the inaugural Emirates Energy Efficiency Summit (EEES) are under way, with partners GE and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, event host, the American University in Dubai (AUD) has announced. To be held on February 3 and 4, the […]

| | Jan 14, 2016 | 3:04 pm
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Event designed to elevate awareness and support for energy-saving and climate change projects

Preparations for the inaugural Emirates Energy Efficiency Summit (EEES) are under way, with partners GE and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, event host, the American University in Dubai (AUD) has announced.

To be held on February 3 and 4, the invitation-only event will reportedly bring together prominent keynote speakers and B2B stakeholders, including business professionals, government legislators and the media, for a programme of roundtable discussions and presentations.

Designed to elevate awareness and support for energy-saving and climate change projects and initiatives, the EEES aims to encourage global discussion and knowledge sharing on key issues of goals that resonate well with the university’s own mission AUD revealed.

Dr Lance E de Masi, President of AUD, and a member of the executive council shaping the direction of the EEES, commented: “AUD’s mission is to advance the welfare of society by imparting, cultivating and disseminating knowledge. Our hosting and contributing to the organisation of the Emirates Energy Efficiency Summit is a way to further this mission.”

Agostino Renna, President & CEO of GE Lighting EMEA, added: “Partnerships, discussion and knowledge sharing are the keys to overcoming the worldwide challenges we face as a society today, and what better place could we have to begin those conversations than at AUD, a prestigious centre of learning? AUD has a commitment to process-oriented discoveries through collaboration and participation, which is exactly what we are seeking to achieve through the EEES.”


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