Young Future Energy Leaders
18 Jan 2010
The Masdar Institute of Science and Technology is to launch a new venture –Young Future Energy Leaders at the 3rd World Future Energy Summit which will run 18th-21st January 2010.
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The Masdar Institute of Science and Technology is to launch a new venture –Young Future Energy Leaders at the 3rd World Future Energy Summit which will run 18th-21st January 2010. It was initiated last December and is to offer tomorrows energy leaders specialized workshops, seminars, and unrivalled networking opportunities at this, the first event of its kind. It will provide its 150 participants with an unparalleled opportunity to engage in discussions with the worlds foremost experts in energy, climate change, policy, and sustainability. They will also have a chance to network with government representatives, businesses leaders and other organizations active in the area of alternative energy and sustainability.
Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, CEO of Masdar, said: ‚ÄúInitiatives like Young Future Energy Leaders ‚Ä’ inspired by the vision of Abu Dhabis leadership to involve the younger generation in finding solutions to future energy challenges — provide an excellent platform for young people from the United Arab Emirates to become more involved in alternative energy and sustainability.Exposure to the quality of experts taking part in World Future Energy Summit will help our young people develop an international perspective that will be essential to developing a global solution to energy challenges.‚Äù
The hope is to inspire and involve the younger generation in finding solutions to future energy challenges.
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