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PRINCE FELIPE WILL RECEIVE REPRESENTATIVES FROM CENER IN ABU DHABI

The Prince of Asturias, Felipe de Borbon and Princess Leitizia, will offer a reception in Abu Dhabi (Arab Emirates) next Sunday, which will be attended by Sergio Jaso and Enrique Gonzalez, from the Strategic Development and Business Department of CENER.

The event is being organised by the Spanish Embassy in that country, on the occasion of the participation of Prince Felipe in the plenary welcome session of the World Future Energy Summit, which will take place from 18 to 21 January in Abu Dhabi. In parallel with the Congress, the World Future Energy Exhibition will take place, where the National Renewable Energy Centre will have a stand for the third consecutive year.

WFES has become consolidated as a benchmark show in the region for the renewable energies sector and representatives from more than 100 countries have confirmed their presence this year. It has an exhibition space of 45,000 sq.m.

During the fair, CENER will offer information at its stand about the services it provides in the field of renewable energies, paying special attention to projects that could be developed in the Middle East in the following areas:solar (component design, technical advice on installations, solar resource assessment and certification of photovoltaic modules and solar collectors),Energy in Buildings (Energy assessment of buildings, energy efficiency and integral advice on buildings from the bioclimatic standpoint) and inwind energy (assessment and prediction of wind resource, component analysis and design, technical advice on installations, wind turbine test laboratory and offshore technologies).

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