March 21, 2015: The power consumption in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) continues to grow at a steady rate. Over the last decade, it has witnessed an average annual increase in demand for electricity, with a significant rise in the number of subscribers. In order to address the challenges faced by the country’s power industry, Riyadh Exhibitions Company (REC) is looking forward to contribute positively towards the development of this industry.
The Saudi Power is an annual international trade exhibition for electricity, power generation, alternative energy, water technology, and lighting. The current edition of the show will be hosted under the patronage of the Saudi Ministry of Water and Electricity from May 11 to 13, 2015. For the 18th consecutive year, Saudi Power will help industry players to showcase products, services and technologies to a professional audience from the KSA and the wider Middle East.
Formerly known as Saudi Energy, the Saudi Power 2015 will serve as an ideal platform for leading international companies to network with government officials, buyers and developers; explore partnership opportunities with local companies; strengthen brand presence in the Saudi market; and gain access to the Middle East to identify opportunities for collaboration and promote their latest technological creations and innovations. The show will showcase the latest trends and cutting-edge products, equipment, solutions, and services in the power industry.
The Saudi Aircon exhibition, a dedicated platform for air conditioning, heating, ventilation and refrigeration products and service, will be held consecutively with the Saudi Power.
The Saudi Power attracts hundreds of local and international organizations and more than 3,200 unique visitors worldwide annually, earning it the reputation as the KSA’s leading power event. Representatives from government agencies, power production, construction and development, and other major industrial companies as well as factory operators, service providers, and distributors and retailers participate in the annual show.