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ATTEND IWS 2018 AS A VISITOR

The International Water Summit (IWS) is the world’s foremost global annual event dedicated to advancing trends, strategies and developments in energy efficiency, clean technologies and desalination for the water sector. The International Water Summit brings together more than 600 leading technology providers, innovators, manufacturers and suppliers to showcase the latest solutions in the sector.

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OPENING CEREMONY

OPENING CEREMONY

Every year, the world-class Opening Ceremony at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week is the launch point for four days of debate, discussion and cooperation focused around the future of alternative energy.

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ABU DHABI SUSTAINABILITY WEEK

ABU DHABI SUSTAINABILITY WEEK

Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) is the ground-breaking global forum that unites thought leaders, policy makers and investors to address the challenges of renewable energy and sustainable development.

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Innovate@IWS

Innovate@IWS

The Innovate@IWS competition is designed to find and accelerate next generation technologies in water sustainability.


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PRODUCT SECTORS

The International Water Summit (IWS) is home to the world's largest collection of companies driving the future of water sustainability, desalination and energy efficiency. The International Water Summit brings together over 200 leading technology providers, innovators, manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their latest products and innovations that are set to impact the water industry in 2018 and beyond.

Demand Side Management Demand Side Management
Distribution and Sewage Networks Distribution and
Sewage Networks
Energy Efficient Desalination Energy Efficient Desalination
Industrial Water Industrial Water

 

Water, Wastewater and Water Re-use in Commercial Buildings Water, Wastewater
and Water Re-use in
Commercial Buildings
Smart Water Smart Water
Water Efficiency Water Efficiency
Water for Agriculture Water for Agriculture
Water Loss and Non-Revenue Water Water Loss and
Non-Revenue Water
Water and Nexus Water and Nexus
Water Re-use and Resource Reclamation Water Re-use and
Resource Reclamation
Water, Wastewater Treatment and Management Water, Wastewater
Treatment and Management

 

PREPARE AHEAD OF IWS 2018

2017 EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

2017 EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

In 2017, more than 153 exhibitors from 22 countries showcased their products and solutions at the International Water Summit exhibition. Access the full directory here.

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BUSINESS CONNECT 365

BUSINESS CONNECT 365

Our Business Connect digital match making platform gives you free access to connect and schedule meetings in advance of the event.


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ADSW 2017 MOBILE APP

ADSW 2017 MOBILE APP

A world of information and opportunities at your fingertips. Prepare ahead, stay on track while on site, maximise your time and achieve your goals more easily.

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TESTIMONIALS

  • Summits like IWS are pure gold for networking opportunities. For the opportunity to not just meet with clients, but also to meet with some of those technology companies. This is their shop window, this is where they get to reach out to the world. We spend a lot of time hunting those technologies, and trying to make sure that the connections are made.IWS is exceptional for that, it’s been running for a good few years, and we are delighted to be here building upon the success of previous events.
    Dr. Piers Clark, Chairman
    Isle Utilities
  • There has never been a greater opportunity to make real progress towards sustainable development and to create an economic potential that could drive sustained growth for future generations. Let us start here at ADSW to build bridges between governments and business and create durable partnerships. Let us be brave, bold and ambitious and use this week to maintain the momentum and capitalise on this historic opportunity to lift the global economy and shape a practical pathway towards a sustainable future.
  • The gap between natural water supply and demand, estimated today at 43 km³/year in the Arab region, is expected to triple to 127 km³/year by 2030-2020. UNDP Water Governance in the Arab Region report


 

 

 

 

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Co-located with

  • wfes
  • solar expo
  • energy efficiency
  • ecowaste