Taking place from 14-16 January at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the leading regional forum for water and energy will create an excellent environment for industry experts to highlight regional water and energy issues.
GE executives will address industry and government audiences, sharing their vision for sustainable development of the region's power and water resources.
Abdullah Taibah, Region Executive & General Manager, Middle East and Africa, GE Energy, said: "GE is committed to implementing sustainable solutions to address power and water requirements in the region.""WETEX offers a valuable platform for GE to be able to target key decision makers across the region," he added.
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