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Power electronics: your route to success!

Fri, 07/22/2011 - 2:47am
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Power Electronics is a rapidly developing area of science and technology, and covers almost every sphere of human activity: industry, mining, transport and communications.

The exhibition is officially supported by federal ministries (Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Education and Science, and Ministry of Environment), the State Duma Committee for Science and High Technology, Federal Foundation for the Development of Electronic Technology, and government and public organisations.

The central business event of the exhibition is the international conference entitled “Power Electronics: A Key Technology for Russian Industry in the 21st Century”, which provides an opportunity to obtain the latest innovative achievements from market experts, and to learn about the practical application of the latest developments.  The conference will include specialised sections devoted to topical industry areas: automated electric drives and power sources for LED lighting.

According to the results for 2010, the exhibition and conference were attended by 2700 trade visitors from 45 Russian regions and 31 countries. Visitors 96% were industry specialists, and 90% were responsible for or had a say  in purchasing decisions.  99% of the exhibitors rated the quality of the visitors as high. 

Every year, the organisers follow the latest industry trends: in 2010 the exhibition included a roundtable entitled "Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency - the Government’s Economic Strategy: Legislation, Solutions and Prospects”, which provided a unique opportunity to attract additional attention to energy conservation and renewable energy sources from the business community, industry associations, non-profit partnerships, and legislative and executive authorities.  In 2011, the exhibition will feature a new section devoted to hybrid technologies. 

HYBRID TECHNOLOGIES – A NEW ENERGY OF POWER ELECTRONICS

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