UAE presents its experience in exploring the future of energy through Expo Astana




An interactive platform that allows visitors to see the future of the energy sector and its developments.
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The National Media Council (NCC) has announced the completion of preparations for the inauguration of the UAE pavilion, which will showcase the country’s experience in exploring the future of energy at Expo Astana , which will take place from 10 June to 10 September 2017 under the theme “Future Energy”.

The pavilion, which is being built, managed and supervised by the National Media Council, is an interactive platform for visitors to learn about the future of the energy sector and the developments that are taking place. on the world”.

Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of State and Chairman of the National Media Council, said: “The UAE pavilion at Expo 2017 is a concrete demonstration of the development of the country, which is keen to employ the best expertise and competencies to develop the vital sectors of society. The innovative model adopted by the UAE to explore the future, which is based on mixing human capabilities and modern technologies to improve human life. ”

“Participation in Expo 2017 will provide the country with an opportunity to showcase its energy security experiences by diversifying its sources to keep abreast of industrial development, rapid economic growth, sustainable development and the country’s aspirations to build a knowledge-based economy and human development,” said Dr. Al Jaber.

The UAE pavilion at Expo 2017 will include a variety of activities aimed at reducing the negative impacts of global climate change and reviewing global energy initiatives that achieve sustainable development. The pavilion will also present a number of exploratory projects and future plans for the growth and prosperity of UAE society. .

The pavilion is the largest pavilion in the UAE, with an area of ​​more than 980 square meters. It is designed to accommodate about 7,000 visitors a day and will be used by a virtual host to guide visitors and explain the content of the pavilion, which takes about 20 minutes.


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