MENA Energy Storage Alliance is a membership based consortium formed to support the region in its decarbonization initiatives. It encourages cooperation and participation among its members that are utilities, policy makers, technology companies and investors to adopt emerging technologies such as Energy Storage, Renewables, Hydrogen, e-Mobility to achieve their net-zero goals.
By bringing the key stakeholders on a common platform, we intend to create awareness, faster adoption and implementation of the decarbonization efforts.

Benefits offered under MENA Energy Storage Alliance

Knowledge platform: Global Technology Updates and reviews

Market Research & Strategy Support
Policy & Regulatory Updates
Tender & project updates
Opportunity to interact with decision makers
Showcase your products, solutions & services
Leverage international partnerships for a global presence.
Support for skill development & hands on training in collaboration with IESA Academy

Access to investment opportunity through Investor Circle (US - Europe - MENA - Asia)




16 Oct 2023

13th Dii Desert Energy Leadership Summit

  Join MENA Energy Storage Alliance and DII Desert Energy for the 13th Dii Desert Energy Leadership Summit, on 28th November 2023 at the W Dubai – The Palm in Dubai Under the official patronage

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05 Jun 2023

Middle East & North Africa Energy Transition Market Outlook: Energy Storage, eMobility, Hydrogen

Nations across the globe are embracing sustainability and decarbonization measures to prevent climate change and to preserve our natural ecosystem. The Middle East and North Africa regions have come t

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17 May 2023

Emerging Technology Review for eMobility

The world is undergoing immense transition in one of the key aspects governing our lives - in the generation, availability and use of energy that supports all dimensions of our existence. Food produc

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17 May 2023

Emerging Technology Review for Hydrogen

Hydrogen plays a significant role in leading the world towards its net-zero emission goals. Global hydrogen demand reached 94 Mt in 2021, and it grew at a rate of 5% from that of 2020 demand. As per d

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