Location: Dubai International Exhibition Centre, UAE
The world’s largest power event
Middle East Electricity, the world’s largest power exhibition, returns in 2015 for the 40th edition. For this special anniversary celebration, the show aims to build on the monumental 40% growth of the last two years. The record breaking 2014 edition welcomed 1,250 exhibitors from 57 countries and over 19,500 unique visitors from 126 countries.
Based in the popular destination of Dubai in the UAE, the exhibition provides a gateway for international companies to promote their business to the lucrative Middle Eastern market and the surrounding African and Asian regions.
The exhibition provides a platform for networking, business development and education for the power, lighting, nuclear, new and renewable sectors. To facilitate training and education, Middle East Electricity offers a comprehensive programme of technical seminars presented by exhibitors. These free to attend technical seminars give visitors the opportunity to learn about new products and services in the market and keep up-to-date with the latest trends. Additionally the exhibition plays host to the Green Energy Conference which gathers industry experts on one stage to discuss key topics in the Green Energy industry.
The organisers of Middle East Electricity are committed to developing the future of the energy industry and in 2014 proudly presented the first edition of Future Generation – a competition for undergraduate engineering students in the UAE. Following the success of the competition, we have introduced an official adjudicator award as well as the “People’s Choice Award” as voted for by visitors to the exhibition.
Visitor profile includes:Distributor/Agent of Products & Services, Manufacturing, Contracting/Installation, Energy Supply, Transmission & Distribution, Consultancy, Project Management, Retail, Facilities Management, Utilities/Municipalities, Real Estate/Community Development, Research & Development, Other
Exhibitor profile includes: Power Generation, Supply Transmission & Distribution, Contracting, Installation, Regulators, Energy Utilisation, Consultancy, Renewable Energy, Utility/Government, Nuclear Energy, Manufacturers, Distributors/Agents