Saudi Energy draws 7,150 visitors
Riyadh, May 29, 2013
Saudi Energy 2013, a premier event for power generation, water technology, lighting & HVAC industries, ended on a successful note with more than 7,000 trade visitors attending the four-day event.
More than 200 local and foreign energy companies took part in the expo held at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The show was inaugurated by Dr Saleh Bin Hussein Al Awaji, the Saudi Deputy Minister for Electricity, said the event organisers Riyadh Exhibitions Company.
Exhibitors from Austria, Bahrain, China, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and the UAE attended the event, with marked participation from China, Korea, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the UAE with national pavilions.
Saudi Energy 2013 comprises four of the top energy-related shows: Saudi Elenex 2013: The 16th International Electrical Engineering, Power Generation & Distribution Exhibition; Saudi Luminex 2013: The 13th International Lighting Equipment Show; Saudi Aircon 2013: The 14th International Exhibition on Air-Conditioning Heating, Ventilation & Refrigeration; and Saudi Water Tech: The 10th International Exhibition for Water Technology.
The event was held under the patronage of the Minister of Water & Electricity Abdullah Bin Abdulrahman Al Hussayen, said a statement from the organisers.
Saudi Energy 2013 provided a comprehensive technology showcase covering all energy sectors from electricity generation and distribution to alternative and renewable energy technologies; modern lighting products and technologies; water and water resources management technologies; and HVAC.
Complementing the unprecedented growth of the kingdom's energy sector, Saudi Energy has again proved to be the destination of choice for all stakeholders in the energy sector including government officials, investors and buyers, they added.-TradeArabia News Service
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