Under the Patronage of
Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai
Dr. Manar Al Moneef is the President and CEO for GE Renewable Energy’s Onshore Wind business in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey region. She leads a broad renewable portfolio mainly focusing on Onshore wind and supporting the growth of Offshore wind, hydro and wind Blades. She is responsible for driving the growth and operational, bringing together technology, services and digital solutions across the entire spectrum of renewable energy development. Prior to that, Dr. Manar Al Moneef was the Chief Growth Officer for
GE in MENAT. She was responsible for driving the growth strategy for GE by creating and executing on growth Initiatives; identifying and developing new business opportunities; building capacity and capabilities. Prior to that Dr. Al-Moneef held various commercial and operational leadership roles globally and regionally.in healthcare, Global Growth Organization, and Oil and gas. Prior to joining GE, Dr. Manar Al Moneef was the Director General of Health Care & Life Sciences at the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA). Dr. Al-Moneef was leading all health care and life Sciences investments in Saudi Arabia and positioning Saudi Arabia globally as a premier investment destination. Dr. Al Moneef has a Doctoral Degree in Molecular Oncology from Leicester University, a master’s degree in molecular medicine form Cambridge University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
10:00 - 11:30
FC Pillar Session 4 - Global Transition to 100% Renewable Energy by 2050
- Combination of electrification and increased use of renewable energy could be a vital key in achieving climate goals by 2050
- Solar is the key to achieve 100% renewable energy and creates more jobs as well
- How will small/large scale enterprises contribute to achieving clean energy?
- Electrification of transportation – the rise of electric vehicles. How does the automotive future look?
- CO2 emission is on the rise like never before. What actions need to be taken before it’s too late.