Hitachi Energy will showcase its capabilities in services and solutions across renewable energy, cyber security and monitoring to support the energy transition at the seventh General Conference of the Arab Union of Electricity in Doha from March 20 to 22, 2022.
“The energy landscape is rapidly evolving with the focus on sustainability, environment and cli-mate change mitigation,” said Mostafa AlGuezeri, Managing Director, UAE, Gulf and Near East, Hitachi Energy.
“At Hitachi Energy, we are at the forefront of this continuing paradigm change with electricity increasingly being acknowledged as leading the energy transition.”
The seventh General Conference of the Arab Union of Electricity is being held in cooperation with the Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) to strengthen relations between member countries, and to support achieving technical, administrative, economic, and environ-mental integration among Arab countries. This year’s event is entitled: “Towards a common vision to achieve a bright future for electricity in The Arab World”.
“The core idea that drives our technology solutions and services is to help build sustainable so-cieties and add to the energy value chain with economic and social benefits ensuring a greener future for all. To achieve this mission, Hitachi Energy has been able to contribute immensely to green energy generation, seamless and cost-efficient grid connectivity, as well as through the supply of mission-critical digital applications across the industry under a decarbonized operating model,” said AlGuezeri.
Mohamed Ismail, General Manager, Hitachi Energy in Qatar, said “Hitachi Energy will reinforce our focus on sustainability, carbon-neutral solutions, innovative technology and electricity solutions. The solutions and services are aimed at helping customers and partners increase efficiency and accelerate the shift towards a carbon-neutral energy future.”
Hitachi Energy will introduce its recently launched and pioneering portfolio of eco-efficient prod-ucts such as EconiQTM and the IdentiQTM digital twin, which integrates with Hitachi’s Lumada platform to accelerate energy transitions through digitalization.