Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai – in pictures

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the chairman of Dubai Airports and Emirates Group and President of the Department of Civil Aviation, inspects the UAE Water Aid stand at Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Nearly 2,000 exhibitors from 46 countries are attending the Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition in Dubai. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Above, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority stand at Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National


Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Above, a model of the planned US$1.8 billion Hassyan clean coal plant in Dubai. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Above, Wetex 2016 participants network on the Nuflux stand. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Above, visitors at the Water Engineering Services booth in Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Wetex 2016 attracted nearly 2,000 exhibitors from 46 countries. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Above, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority stand at Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Wetex 2016 attracted nearly 2,000 exhibitors from 46 countries. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

A model of a proposed power station on Acwa Power’s stand at Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Above, the Innogy stand at Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

School children visit the Siemens Scientechnic stand. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

A solar geyser on display at the Value Addition stand at Wetex 2016. Antonie Robertson / The National

Wetex 2016 opens in Dubai - in pictures

Wetex 2016 attracted nearly 2,000 exhibitors from 46 countries. Antonie Robertson / The National

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