(EnergyAsia, March 24, Monday) — China International Electric Power & Electric Engineering Technology Exhibition (EPETEE), rebranded to China EPower, will be held at the Intex in Shanghai, China from April 22 to 24.

The rebranding effort is aimed at growing the event into an internationally recognised platform for the global power industry. It also celebrates a new partnership that will take the show into the next expansion phase.
  
China’s 2006 GDP grew by 10.7% to RMB20.94 trillion, its strongest growth in 11 years. (US$1=RMB7.05). To meet the country’s growing energy need, Beijing has set plans to raise the nation’s total installed generating capacity to between 950 and 1000 GW by 2020.

These ambitious targets have created opportunities for the international power industry to grow in China. The country’s generation market represents over 10% of the world’s total energy consumption and total investments in the power grids are anticipated to exceed RMB 1 trillion by 2010.

Organised by MP Zhongmao International, China EPower 2008 will provide an ideal platform for international players to access the booming Chinese energy generation market. The event is expected to attract more than 450 local and foreign exhibitors and more than 20,000 visitors.

This event is supported by the State Electricity Grids Corporation of China, East China Electricity Grid Company Limited, China Datang Corporation, China Huadian Corporation, China Electrotechnical Society, Shanghai Electric Power Co., Ltd, China Southern Power Grid, Huaneng Power International Inc, China Guodian Corporation, The Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering, Shanghai Municipal Electric Power Company and theEast China Electric Power Test & Research Institute.

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(EnergyAsia, March 12, Wednesday) — China International Electric Power & Electric Engineering Technology Exhibition (EPETEE), rebranded to China EPower, will be held at Intex in Shanghai, China from April 22 to 24.

The rebranding effort is part of the long-term strategy to grow the event into an internationally recognised platform for the global power industry. It also celebrates a new partnership that will take the show into the next expansion phase. 

China’s 2006 GDP increased 10.7% to RMB20.94 trillion which is the strongest growth in 11 years.  As a major energy consumer with few energy resources, the government aims to bring the nation’s total installed generating capacity to between 950 and 1000 GW by 2020. (US$1=7.1).

These challenges have created many opportunities for the international power industry to tap into the various opportunities in China. The country’s generation market represents over 10% of the world’s total energy consumption and total investments in the power grids are anticipated to exceed RMB 1 trillion by 2010.

Organised by MP Zhongmao International, China EPower 2008 will provide an ideal platform for international players to access the booming Chinese energy generation market. The event is expected to attract more than 450 local and foreign exhibitors and more than 20,000 visitors.

This event is supported by the State Electricity Grids Corporation of China, East China Electricity Grid Company Limited, China Datang Corporation, China Huadian Corporation, China Electrotechnical Society, Shanghai Electric Power Co Ltd, China Southern Power Grid, Huaneng Power International Inc, China Guodian Corporation, The Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering, Shanghai Municipal Electric Power Company and the East China Electric Power Test & Research Institute.

For more information please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com