Tahaluf to organize Saudi Electricity Expo from Nov 26

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Tahaluf announces Saudi Electricity Expo
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Tahaluf, Saudi Arabia’s fastest-growing exhibition company, has announced the launch of the first Saudi Electricity Expo, which aims to energize the Kingdom’s dynamic power sector.

The three-day summit will debut at the Riyadh Front Exhibition and Conference Centre from November 26-28, 2024. The inaugural show aligns with the country’s Vision 2030 objectives and is aimed at supporting Saudi Arabia on its journey as a global center of innovation, sustainability, and prosperity.

Designed as the Kingdom’s leading electricity exhibition, Saudi Electricity Expo will gather leading manufacturers and distributors, experts, and professionals from around the world to display the latest technologies, products, and services across electricity generation, transmission, distribution, and management.

According to the statement, “The exhibition will be segmented into six product sectors spanning innovation in electricity; clean energy covering solar; wind; and hydro-electric solutions, as well as energy storage and batteries; critical and backup power; transmission and distribution; electricity consumption management, and EV.”

The event will also feature a high-powered knowledge program in the form of industry conferences, workshops, and seminars. These will dive deep into everything from the partnerships, investment, and innovation needed to drive transformation, to the localization of R&D and technologically advanced manufacturing.

Unlocking grid efficiencies, meeting surging power demands, and delivering strategic change will also be explored, as will conventional gas-to-power operations, the scaling up of entrepreneurship, and the essential requirements for a reliable, cost-effective, low-carbon, and scalable energy mix.

Chris Speller, Vice President of the Energy division, said that, “Saudi Electricity Expo will represent an exceptional gateway to trade in the Kingdom, where energy transformation is topping agendas across the entire utilities supply chain. It will be unrivaled as an avenue for professional networking, knowledge sharing, and business opportunities, attracting visitors and participants from various industries, including energy, engineering, construction, and infrastructure development.”

The inaugural Saudi Electricity Expo will attract upwards of 800 local, regional, and international exhibiting companies, a speaker platform exceeding 125 experts, and a visitor turnout of more than 100,000 industry professionals.

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