Published on January 15th, 2013 | by pressroom0
World Smart Energy Week 2013 Opening Its Doors in Tokyo in Just under 7 Weeks
The world’s leading all-round smart/renewable energy trade show; World Smart Energy Week 2013 will be opening its doors from February 27 until March 1, 2013 at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan.
Shows held within World Smart Energy Week 2013: FC EXPO 2013:
- 9th Int’l Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo PV EXPO 2013
- 6th Int’l Photovoltaic Power Generation Expo PV SYSTEM EXPO
- 4th Int’l Photovoltaic Power Generation System Expo BATTERY JAPAN
- 4th Int’l Rechargeable Battery Expo ENETECH JAPAN
- 4th Processing Technology Expo 3rd INT’L SMART GRID EXPO
- 3rd ECO HOUSE & ECO BUILDING EXPO WIND EXPO 2013
- 1st Int’l Wind Energy Expo & Conference
Since the implementation of the new Feed-in-tariff, the Japanese renewable/smart energy market has been activated and attracting increasing attention from across the globe. As though to reflect Japan’s market potential, the forecast figures for participants for World Smart Energy Week have risen from the 2012 show and is becoming increasingly international: 1,890 exhibitors (2012: 1,453) and 125,000 visitors (2012: 93,497) from 65 countries (2012: 60).
The number of exhibitors has already exceeded the previous show and with the launch of WIND EXPO, a new and currently the only show in Japan specialised in wind energy, added to the already successful show line-up (see above), expectations are high for World Smart Energy Week 2013. The show is surely going to be a very lively and promising business platform for many industry professionals.
Including WIND EXPO, 8 independent exhibitions and 275* comprehensive technical conference/seminar sessions (*scheduled) will be held, covering all aspects of renewable/smart energy such as: power generation, energy storage, power distribution and application.
For the full pre-show report please visit the following URL
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