Muscat: The third panel discussion to explore future prospects for GCC economic and development integration kicked off on Wednesday. The event is hosted by the Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Ministry of Economy.
The two-day event is entitled “The Future of Green Economy and Renewable Energy in the GCC”.
The panel discussion deals with a number of working papers that cover a range of topics, such as carbon neutrality, green economy, best practices to promote green investment and the future of renewable energy in the GCC.
The second day of the discussion panel comprises presentations and working papers on Oman’s strategy for energy transition, the role of green hydrogen, prospects for investing and rationalising natural resources to achieve economic sustainability and applications of behavioral sciences in stimulating the rationalisation of energy consumption.
The panel discussion was attended by representatives of GCC countries, as well as representatives of relevant public and private establishments in Oman.