Vietnam ETE, Enertec expos feature energy-efficient products

20-Jul-2019 Intellasia | The Saigon Times | 6:02 AM Print This Post

Over 400 exhibitors at home and abroad have gathered at two international exhibitions to display various energy-efficient, ecofriendly electrical devices and technology for the power and energy sector. Both exhibitions were kicked off on July 17 in HCM City’s District 7.

The 12th International Exhibition on Electrical Technology & Equipment (Vietnam ETE 2019) and the 9th International Exhibition on Products, Technologies of Energy Saving & Green Power (Enertec Expo 2019) are co-organised by the HCM City centre of Supporting Industries Development, under the municipal Department of Industry and Trade, HCM City Power Corporation (EVN HCM City) and C.I.S Vietnam Advertising & Exhibition JSC.

Over 550 booths have been set up by popular brands in the field, including EVN HCM City, Gelex, Panasonic and Dien Quang, in addition to those set up by foreign exhibitors from Germany, France and the United States.

Vietnam ETE and Enertec Expo also collaborated with the Korea Electrical Manufacturers Association and Chinese and Japanese exhibition companies to set up three national exhibition zones featuring the latest energy-saving and ecofriendly electrical devices.

The two expos over the past 11 years have served as destinations that enable participants to promote trade, attract investment and exchange scientific and technological applications to develop the local electricity and energy industry. Also, visitors to the events can view many new energy-efficient and hi-tech electrical devices.

The events, which will wrap up on July 20, are expected to attract 35,000 visitors.

According to the organising committee, Vietnam’s economy is thriving, with an improved average income and sharply rising demand for electricity and energy.

As detailed in the country’s development plan for the 2015-2025 period, the electrical equipment manufacturing sector needs to advance to meet 70 percent of the domestic demand for transmission lines and electrical substations and 55 percent for power engines and generators.

By 2025, the sector needs to be able to manufacture and supply all equipment for transmission lines and electrical substations, meet at least 60 percent of the nation’s demand for electrical measuring devices and produce high-quality power cable lines.

Accordingly, the government is encouraging the growth of the electrical equipment manufacturing sector by issuing preferential policies for those involved in manufacturing energy-efficient devices, exploiting renewable energy and developing technologies to save power and energy.


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