Elecrama plans interactive roadshows across GCC

October 8, 2015 2:21 pm

Heba Al Mansoori, Middle East Director for Elecrama 2016

Elecrama 2016, the world’s largest trade and networking forum for the electricity industry, will be organizing a series of road shows across the countries of the GCC in the coming months.

The series of events are designed in order to interact with key industry stakeholders and decision makers and widen awareness of the enormous business potential afforded by the burgeoning Indian electricity sector.

“There is enormous interest in the rapidly-growing Indian power industry among key industry players in the Middle East,” said Heba Al Mansoori, Middle East Director for Elecrama 2016. “The show offers companies from the region an unmatched opportunity to engage with the movers and shakers from the Indian electricity industry and unlock vast new areas of business,” she added.

The road shows, to be held in all the GCC countries – Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman and the UAE – will feature presentations from senior representatives from the Indian electricity industry as well as interactive sessions with the invited delegates which include electricity suppliers, government representatives, electricity industry professionals, investors and media.

Recent research estimates that India is currently the 3rd largest producer of electricity in the world and is expected to add a whopping 700 GW of capacity by 2030. The electrical industry in India is expected to be valued at US$ 250 billion by 2030.

Since its beginnings in 1990, Elecrama has grown into an all-inclusive trade and networking mega event that is today the world’s largest exposition of electric transmission and distribution equipment.

Elecrama 2016 will be held in February next year at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre and attract the who’s who of the electricity industry.


AMEinfo Staff
By AMEinfo Staff
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