MED-ENEC - Energy Efficiency in the Construction Sector in the Mediterranean


External cooperation programmes - European Commission

MED-ENEC Sponsored the Fifth Edition of the Beirut Energy Forum

For the fifth year in row, MED-ENEC participated in the 5th edition of the Beirut Energy Forum that took place on 17-19 September, 2014 at the Le Royale Hotel, Dbayeh, Lebanon. MED-ENEC contributed to the forum proceedings with 2 presentations on “Measures of the EU to implement Energy Efficiency and Lessons learnt from experience with the EU Renewable Energy Directive” and “Financing Energy Investments in the MENA Region: Prospects, Risks, and Potential”. MED-ENEC also contributed to the exhibition that took place on the side of the forum where a special MED-ENEC stand was allocated for the project to act as its information centre. Participants and guests of the forum stopped by the booth for inquiries, discussions and networking with the project team, and to pick up some of the publications that were on display whether on energy subsidies, energy efficiency and employment, ESCOs, energy efficiency urban planning …etc   


the Beirut Energy Forum was held under the patronage of H.E. Eng. Arthur Zazarian, Minister of Energy and Water, with the support of the Ministry of Energy & Water, League of Arab States, the European Union, the UNDP, the World Energy Council, MED-ENEC, the Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy E­fficiency (RCREEE) and the Lebanese Centre for Energy Conservation (LCEC) as strategic partner. The Beirut Energy Forum was organized by MCE Group.


For the fifth consecutive year, the Beirut Energy Forum has come to play the important role of offering a national and regional platform for energy experts and professionals from the public and the private sector to meet, discuss, and develop the sustainability sector in Lebanon. The Beirut Energy Forum 5th edition regrouped 850 delegates from 28 countries and offered them the potential to attend presentations and interventions from distinguished guests coming from Lebanon, the Arab World, and Europe.


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