The Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC) is looking to understand whether the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) renewable energy sector is ready to support the ambitions of the local players and the targets set by Governments. The CEBC is a non-profit organisation supporting the uptake of clean and renewable energies in the MENA region. You can read more about the CEBC, and clean and renewable energy, at

We would like to ask you for your input into a 15-minute survey that will help us to identify and analyse the changes necessary to support the clean energy sector in being successful on an individual, corporate and MENA regional basis.

The survey is divided into 3 parts:
Part 1 looks at the clean energy sector's readiness for the future,
Part 2 assesses the current level of clean energy readiness of the government and corporate sectors, and
Part 3 asks you to provide some information about yourself.

The data collected this year will be analyzed, and then published in a CEBC report in September/October 2018. It will also provide a baseline to support analysis in future years. The intention is to repeat this survey annually, both in an attempt to measure progress on some of the core themes, but also to ensure that any new themes requiring action are identified on a timely basis.

We will send a copy of the report to all respondents that provide an email address. The report will also be published on the Clean Energy Business Council website.

Note: All information captured in this survey will be aggregated, kept strictly confidential and will not be used for any purpose other than for the development of regional publications and training intended to support this program. The identity of the survey respondents will remain anonymous.