EGAT hosts Thailand Energy Efficiency Week 2017 Premium showcase of Thailands readiness and potential in organizing international trade fairs

Energy Press Releases Friday April 28, 2017 14:22
Bangkok--28 Apr--IMPACT EXHIBITION MANAGEMENT

The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand ("EGAT"), in cooperation with IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., and MEX Exhibitions, proudly present Thailand Energy Efficiency Week 2017 ("TEEW 2017"). Innovations and cutting- edged energy efficiency technologies from over 400 companies worldwide will be featured during 11-13 May 2017 Challenger 1, IMPACT Exhibition & Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand.

Increasing energy consumption in Thailand

Mr. Tatree Riewcharoen, Assistant Governor, Corporate Social Responsibility, EGAT said, "According to the current energy situation in Thailand, energy consumption demand is increasing in line with the continued economic growth. Consequently, the government has a policy to promote energy efficiency and alternative energy. As a result, EGAT is hosting TEEW 2017, an international exhibition for energy efficiency products and technologies. It is scheduled to take place from 11-13 May 2017. TEEW 2017 is a major international event that will raise Thailand as a hub for high-performance energy efficiency and LED products and technologies, as well as electronic components in the ASEAN region."

"EGAT also supports Thai small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to exhibit their products at a special price at the EGAT-Thailand Pavilion. This is an important drive for Thai entrepreneurs to showcase their potential to the international energy market. EGAT is committed to making this important event grand to encourage entrepreneurs and to raise the level of energy saving awareness amongst consumers. The organizers have ensured its readiness to accommodate 20,000 trade buyers who are expected to spend over 1 billion baht at the event," Mr. Tatree added.

Full support from TCEB

Mrs. Supawan Teerarat, Vice President, Strategic and Business Development, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau ("TCEB") said, "TCEB is supporting the TEEW 2017 to fulfill its mission of promoting and developing the potential of Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE). This includes creating market opportunities and competition for Thailand's MICE industry in the global market that will lead Thailand to become the MICE hub in Asia. This year, TCEB backs its organizers with the Connect Businesses Campaign, which brings together businessmen and entrepreneurs from abroad to participate in the trade negotiation in the event. Another new campaign, "Exhibiz in Market", is also launched this year, with the aim of expanding exhibition space for international trade fairs and increasing the quality of exhibitors."


Latest Press Release

Sasol Chemicals Expands Alumina Production Capacity to Meet Growing Market Demand

Sasol Chemicals' Inorganics and Catalyst division announced the completion of its alumina capacity expansion at Sasol's Brunsbuettel site in Germany. The expansion will increase Sasol's alumina hydrate production capacity in Brunsbuettel by...

JA Solar Supplies Mono PERC Modules for 250MW Solar Project in Israel

JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ-NMS: JASO) ("JA Solar"), one of the world's largest solar product manufacturers, today announced the shipment of modules to the Ashalim 250MW solar project, which is the largest utility-scale project using JA's Mono...

Thai communities and renewable energy providers collaborate

Representatives from more than 10 communities throughout Thailand receive technical trainings from international renowned experts to learn how to implement sustainable energy projects in their provinces today in Bangkok. "The 3rd Community-Based...

LONGi Plans To Triple Its Wafer Capacity To 45GW By 2020

In January 2018, the world's leading monocrystalline manufacturer, LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd., (hereinafter referred to as 'LONGi') announced its strategic 3-year plan for its monocrystalline wafer business for the period from 2018 to 2020....

ASG#s Novel Superconductive System for Electricity Networks Protection

The fault current limiter is a solution to the need of the utility networks to cope with the increasing production of energy from renewable sources, easing their connection in the network itself and reducing the risks associated with possible surge of...

Related Topics