Energy Expo 2009, the 4th international exhibition and conference, is exclusively focused on energy generation and conservation. It will be a superb platform for the visitors to get updated with the latest technologies related to energy sector. The conference invites a great number of professionals to express their views on every aspect of energy industry. It will be a right place for finding the factors that are responsible for the sustainable growth and development of this emerging sector.
The targeted visitors at Energy Expo 2009 are:
CEOs, decision makers, engineers and consultants, project developers, senior executives from industry involved in energy, conservation & management, policy makers - government representatives from energy depts., senior executives from power utilities, regulatory bodies, safety managers & engineers, purchase managers, operations manager, technical managers, pollution control specialists, research & development professionals, developers and builders, architects, business leaders and entrepreneurs, investment and venture capital groups, high level officials, state ministers, managers and buyers from state, provincial and municipal governments, distributors and representatives, environmental professionals, planning and development officers, industry associations and NGO groups, media, public and private sectors buyers, defence, etc.
The targeted exhibitors at Energy Expo 2009 are companies/firms dealing in:
Non conventional energy, renewable energy, clean and green energy, conventional energy, nuclear technology, energy conservation, co-generation, boilers and steam systems, transmission and distribution equipment, variable speed drive, energy meters, industrial lighting systems, switchgears and controls, process automation & instruments, power factor improvement systems, energy efficient motors, power plants & equipments, financing of power projects, compressed air, waste management and recycling, industrial safety/hazard control & risk management services, HVAC, environment monitoring, logistics including transportation handling and storage facilities, solution providers, energy efficient industrial products infrastructure efficiencies in power, water & resources, planning and design.