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How can solar energy help African countries meet their growing energy needs? Find out more from our exclusive interview with John van Zuyfen, Founder, AFSIA.

What are the easiest ways utilities and governments can improve energy efficiency? Find out more from our exclusive interview with Alexander Ablaza, CEO, Climargy.

Will covid-19 and the resulting economic challenges help or hinder the development of clean energy? Find out more from our exclusive interview with Amit Jain, Senior Energy Specialist, World Bank.

Fabrizio Mozzi, President and Managing Director at Moteurs Baudouin, spoke to Energy & Utilities about the challenges facing the energy sector during Covid-19, the move towards gas generators and renewable energy and the growing role of digitalisation and internet of things (IoT) in the supply of power.

Dr Nasser Saidi, chairman of the Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC), talked to Energy & Utilities about the growing role of the private sector in financing renewable energy projects in the region and the critical role that battery storage will play in allowing the region to meet ambitious clean energy targets.

Future Labs at MEE 2020 explains the features of the smart drone project created for autonomously inspecting, maintaining, monitoring and repairing power lines.

Tim Armsby from Pinsent Masons explains how the energy market is changing in the Middle East during the global energy transition and the role of the private sector in delivering power.

Brendan Patrick Cronin from AFRY Management Consulting discusses the integration of renewable energy into electricity systems and how the Middle East can make progress with implementing ambitious renewable energy programmes.

Satyajit Dwivedi from SAS talks about how digital disruptions in the utilities industry such as AI and machine learning can benefit the region's growing power sector.

Rasheed Sulaiman from General Electric addresses some of the challenges facing the region's power systems and the solutions GE is offering to overcome them.

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