The Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC) is a non-government, non-profit member organization of leading local, regional, and international organizations operating in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) clean energy sector. Founded in 2012, the CEBC offers corporates, startups, SMEs, and the public sector with an inclusive forum for idea sharing and best practice promotion in the area of clean energy. It plays an important role in assisting in deepening the sector’s maturity and in the development of regulatory and policy frameworks.

Members are drawn from amongst the industry’s key players, including financiers, project developers, and service providers. The CEBC fosters constructive dialogue and collective action by providing a forum for stakeholders from the private and government sectors to exchange ideas, share information, and coordinate efforts to develop regulatory and policy frameworks, technologies, and standards, with the aim of encouraging investment to stimulate the growth and maturity of climate innovations in the Middle East and North Africa.

By developing strategic alliances with research institutions, international associations, media, intergovernmental organizations, and government entities, we work collaboratively to drive the delivery of clean energy solutions for the MENA region and coordinate and disseminate data and information to ensure relevant benchmarking and transparency in the sectors’ development.