Clean Energy Business Council partners with Powering Middle East Summit.

The Powering Middle East Summit to be held in Amman, Jordan, later this year has gained another partner in the Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC). CEBC are a non-profit and independent association bringing together local and international public and private sector clean energy organisations from the MENA region. The shared values between the Summit and the CEBC make the partnership advantageous in developing the dialogue between innovators and governmental decision makers.CEBC_brand-on white[CMYK]

Upon announcing the partnership the CEBC commented “The CEBC is proud to support the Powering Middle East summit in Jordan where we hope to meet, engage and initiate discussions with key stakeholders from private and public sectors within the clean energy industry in the region. Jordan has shown its significant commitment to clean energy generation and the summit is taking place at an exciting time for the country. As a partner and member of the Summit Advisory Board, CEBC hope to contribute to the success of the event and its agenda.”

CEBC seeks to become the leading forum for local and international corporations and local government entities that are committed to the development and deployment of clean energy. CEBC encourages constructive dialogue between its members supplemented by the latest developments in clean energy policy, research and technology. As the only industry group to cover the MENA region, membership within the council is hugely advantageous for the region’s green pioneers.

Alice Cowman

Alice Cowman – CEBC Program Director

As a testament to the shared values of the CEBC and Powering The Middle East, Program Director Alice Cowan has stepped forward to help build the final agenda for the summit. The CEBC shares our expectations for the Powering Middle East Summit and we look forward to working together to build new relationships which will continue to drive Jordan and the MENA region forward. To find out more about The Clean Energy Business Council visit:


Registration for delegates is still open. If you would like to be involved in the forum please contact or register your details at All comments and questions welcomed.

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