Wilo Middle East, the German pumps and systems manufacturer and digital pioneer of the pumps industry, participated at the World Future Energy Summit to raise awareness of sustainable solutions and advance energy efficiency through the use of innovative pumps and systems
In addition to addressing critical topics such as water and energy shortages and climate change, Yasser Nagi, managing director of Wilo Middle East, also highlighted the company’s advanced smart pump solutions designed to conserve energy and drive sustainability.
Wilo showcased its cutting-edge building services, as well as water management solutions and systems in order to underline their crucial role in developing a safe and sustainable water infrastructure, in light of the rising climate change issues. Through this participation, the company also hopes to increase the visibility and awareness of Wilo's energy solutions in Abu Dhabi, build stronger partnerships, and broaden its service offerings to the public and private sectors.
Yasser Nagi, group director Middle East and North Africa, and managing director, UAE, said, “Climate change is an issue that the entire world is currently confronting, and we are conscious of how crucial it is to work together to find solutions, in order to tackle new challenges. The World Future Energy Summit is an ideal venue for showcasing our latest technological developments, which are designed to address these escalating problems and elevate the global state of affairs. Additionally, taking part in such an event would enable us to form new relationships and explore more viable solutions that accelerate the pace of industrial growth in critical areas such as energy, water, waste, smart cities, and climate and environment. At Wilo, we reaffirm our commitment to advancing sustainable smart solutions in the sector, in order to promote sustainability in the region and assist in the fight against climate change.”
Fouad Ahmed, regional marketing and government affairs manager MENA, said, “As part of the German Pavilion, we are delighted to take part in the political and governmental reception hosted by H.E. Alexander Schönfelder, German Ambassador, in the presence of Sarah Ryglewski, Minister of State to the Federal Chancellor, and Stefan Wenzel, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action. This is a crucial opportunity for us, as it is vital to connect the public and private sectors in order to address the challenges posed by the energy, water, and food shortages. Moreover, these efforts are made with a focus on larger issues like climate change, water scarcity, and food insecurity, all of which are of concern to most countries today.”