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Wilo increases energy efficiency with innovative pump solutions

Wilo increases energy efficiency with innovative pump solutions

Leading German pump and system manufacturer Wilo Middle East is using innovative pumps and systems to raise awareness of sustainable solutions and increase energy efficiency at the World Future Energy Summit.

In addition to addressing key topics such as water and energy scarcity and climate change, Yasser Nagi, Managing Director of Wilo Middle East, also highlighted the company’s advanced smart pump solutions aimed at saving energy and driving sustainable development.

The 17th edition of WFES will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (Adnec), Abu Dhabi from 16-18 January 2023.

Cutting-edge construction services

In light of the growing concern of climate change, Wilo showcased its cutting-edge building services and water management solutions and systems to emphasize their key role in developing safe and sustainable water infrastructure.

Through this engagement, the company also hopes to increase the visibility and visibility of Wilo Energy Solutions in Abu Dhabi, forge stronger partnerships and expand its services offering to the public and private sectors.

Nagi said: “Climate change is an issue the world is currently facing and we recognize the importance of working together to find solutions to new challenges. WFES is the ideal venue to showcase our latest technological developments designed to address these escalating issues and raise the global agenda. Furthermore, participation in such events will allow us to forge new relationships and explore more viable solutions to accelerate industrial growth in key areas such as energy, water, waste, smart cities, and climate and environment pace. At Wilo, we reaffirm our commitment to advancing sustainable smart solutions in the industry to promote sustainable development in the region and help combat climate change.”

Fouad Ahmed, Regional Marketing and Government Affairs Manager at Wilo Mena, said: “This is a significant opportunity for us, as it is critical to connect the public and private sectors to address the challenges posed by energy, water and food scarcity. Furthermore, these efforts The focus is on the larger issues of climate change, water scarcity, and food insecurity, all of which are concerns for most countries today.” — trade arab news agency

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