The World Future Energy Summit 2013 was a much bigger event than the one held a year earlier.
The opening ceremony of WFES2013 saw eminent speakers such as the French President , the Argentinian President and Queen Rania of Jordan who all spoke eloquently on the theme.
The venue also hosted the International Water Summit which , too , I attended. Several workshops on alternate energy were organized to showcase the technological advancements in this field.
Fossil fuels will run out one day leaving behind a world full of carbon dioxide – thus one must propagate usage of alternate energy. This year’s event highlighted the fact that the technology for alternate energy exists – the challenge is to make it commercially viable for developed as well poor nations to afford the same.
I also visited the IRENA area . The IRENA summit actually started a day earlier than WFES but was basically for high level ministerial delegations.
I was interviewed by a TV news channel and it was aired on prime time in the evening, across the country. I spoke on the youth’s demands to move to sustainable alternate energy.
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