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Dubai Chamber of Commerce launches Solar & Renewable Energy Business Group

Dubai Chamber of Commerce launches Solar & Renewable Energy Business Group

The business group will foster awareness of clean energy targets among local businesses and provide insights to drive the shift to renewable energy

Neesha Salian
Dubai chambers launches Solar & Renewable Energy Business Group

As the UAE gears up for COP28, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce has launched the Solar & Renewable Energy Business Group.

The business group will drive the uptake of renewable energy amongst businesses and the private sector in Dubai.

Maha AlGargawi, ED – Business Advocacy at Dubai Chambers, said: “As the world shifts to renewable energy and a decarbonised economy, the establishment of the Solar & Renewable Energy Business Group is timely and relevant. It comes at the heels of UAE’s COP28 presidency, highlighting the importance of the country’s Energy Strategy 2050 and Dubai’s Clean Energy Strategy.

“The business group will foster a better understanding of these clean energy targets amongst local businesses while providing them insights to drive the shift to renewable energy. This will boost their efforts to support and accelerate Dubai’s energy transition and the ambition of making the emirate a hub for the green economy.”

L K Verma, MD at Power n sun and founding member of the business group, said the group will drive the discussions that are necessary to enhance the competitiveness of our business and enable the dialogue amongst peers and other stakeholders on speeding up the solarisation in the region.”

Fellow founding member, Simon Brennan, GM Al Shirawi Solar added, “I am very pleased to have been part of the setting up of this business group. It underlines the importance of environmental sustainability and I am certain with the establishment of this business group, our members will play a bigger role in supporting the UAE’s clean energy ambitions.”

Dubai Chamber of Commerce plans to increase the number of economic sectors and activities represented by business groups to 100 by March.

In recent developments, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce launched the Cloud Computing Business Group, with the aim to connect companies within the sector to encourage productive dialogue on ways to propel and embed cloud computing services across the various business industries in Dubai.

Read: Dubai Chamber of Commerce launches Cloud Computing Business Group

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