MESIA has over 100 local and international members including ABB, Alsa Solar, Apricum, Chadbourne & Parke, Environmena,
First Solar, Masdar, Schneider Electric, Standard Chartered, Value Addition, Viessmann, Sunpower and Schott Solar. Member
companies are from all segments of the value chain, such as finance, engineering, professional services, manufacturing, and
contracting companies.

Any company that is involved in the Middle East solar industry is welcome to join MESIA.

Strategic Partners

The Coalition primarily aims to promote the wider and faster uptake of renewable energy technologies by improving the public’s understanding of the advantages and benefits. Ensuring full public confidence in renewable energy technologies has emerged as a key factor for fast-tracking their deployment, which is vital to achieve a sustainable energy future. The Coalition for Action aims to communicate clear, truthful messages on renewable energy with the public and decision makers around the world through a wide range of channels, including web portals, media articles, publications, social networks and public dialogue.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) was formed on 1 January, 1992, by a decree issued by the late Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum to merge Dubai Electricity Company and Dubai Water Department, which had been operating independently since 1959.   DEWA has made considerable achievements, to be ranked as one of the best utilities in the world. DEWA provides services today to more than 760,000 customers with a satisfaction rate that reached more than 94% in 2015. DEWA will contribute to building world-class energy infrastructure that meets Dubai’s development demands. DEWA has launched a wide variety of initiatives in this regard, allocating more than AED 2.6 billion to boost water, electricity and renewable energy projects according to the highest international standards. This supports Dubai Expo’s theme of ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’ and its three sub themes of sustainability, mobility and opportunity.
The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE) was formed in August 2009 The Council consists of the following members: the Director General of the Department of Petroleum Affairs, the President & Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Aluminium Company (DUBAL), the Chief Executive Officer of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) and one representative each from the Dubai Supply Authority (DUSUP), Dubai Petroleum Establishment (DPE), Dubai Municipality (DM), Dubai Nuclear Energy Committee (DNEC) and Roads & Transportation Authority (RTA). The Council has a Secretary General and an Advisory Committee from competent and specialized workforce. The new Governing body seeks to ensure that the Emirate’s growing economy will have sustainable energy while preserving the environment. The Authority is developing alternative and renewable energy sources for the Emirate, while increasing energy efficiency to reduce demand.
Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence (Dubai Carbon) was established on 18th January 2011, by an agreement between the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in the presence of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, and UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon.   Dubai Carbon is a ‘Private Joint Stock Company’ (PJSC) shared between Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), Dubal Holding and Empower.   Dubai Carbon was established to capture a growing niche market, catering specifically for the transition to a low-carbon and green economy through the consolidation of knowledge.
The Coalition primarily aims to promote the wider and faster uptake of renewable energy technologies by improving the public’s understanding of the advantages and benefits. Ensuring full public confidence in renewable energy technologies has emerged as a key factor for fast-tracking their deployment, which is vital to achieve a sustainable energy future. The Coalition for Action aims to communicate clear, truthful messages on renewable energy with the public and decision makers around the world through a wide range of channels, including web portals, media articles, publications, social networks and public dialogue.