From September 28 to September 30, the Atakent Exhibition Center will host the 20th Kazakhstan International Energy, Electrical Equipment and Machine Building Exhibition - Powerexpo Almaty 2022.
Kazakhstan continues its movement towards the greening of industry and economy, the energy industry is no exception. The energy system of the country operates in self-balancing mode, according to the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the volume of electricity generation in 2021 amounted to 114.4 billion kWh, or 106% by 2020. To cover the deficit of both basic and regulating power capacity, it is necessary to ensure the independence of the power system from the regulation of the power systems of neighboring states. In this connection, in addition to increasing the capacity of traditional and renewable energy sources, Kazakhstan needs to consider the scenario of introducing generation from atomic power plant in the energy balance. The industry faces urgent challenges in the development of coal, gas, atomic generation, hydroelectric power plants, as well as renewable energy sources.
During the three days of the Powerexpo Almaty 2022 exhibition, professionals in the electric power industry will be able to discuss possible ways for further development of the energy sector in Kazakhstan, the use of renewable energy sources, increase in energy efficiency and energy saving.
In 2022, over 80 companies from Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, China, Poland, Russia and Ukraine announced their participation in the exhibition.
40% of exhibitors are domestic manufacturers, which indicates the competitiveness of our products and the prospects for the Kazakhstan market.
Among the debutant companies that perform with a stand for the first time, Chint KZ, INNIO, Ernes Industrial Power Systems, MWM Austria GmbH, Repl Italia, Work Italia, KSB Kazakhstan, PVR Energo, ZETA, EnergoStalConstruction stand out.
The German pavilion will present EFEN, ETW Energietechnik GMBH, Elektra-Elektronik GMBH & CO. Storcontroller KG, Bundesministerium für wirtschaft und klimaschutz. 17 Russian companies take part in the collective stands of the Chuvash Republic, Omsk region and the Republic of Mordovia.
The Powerexpo Almaty exposition will be represented by such sections as electrical engineering, alternative energy sources, energy saving and energy efficiency, cable and wire products, lighting, industrial lighting engineering and will be of interest to representatives of government agencies and departments; heads of fuel and energy enterprises and engineering and technical services; management of the regional energy commissions, thermal power plants, hydroelectric power stations, chief engineers and power engineers of public utilities and industrial enterprises of various industries; representatives of design, construction, installation organizations; specialists of transport, service and trade enterprises.
In order to determine further vectors for the development of the industry and improve professional knowledge, a rich business program will be organized for specialists.
On September 28, a round table, organized by Institute of Electricity Development and Energy Saving JSC of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan will be held, SIEMENS will hold a seminar on the topic “Digital substations. Telecommunications in modern energy”, and Sergey Kiselev from SEFE Marketing & Trading Switzerland AG will talk about attracting international financing for RES projects through the issuance of carbon units.
On September 29, the Kazakhstan Association of Energy Auditors will organize a seminar on energy audit for specialists, and the Union of Power Engineers of the Republic of Kazakhstan together with Pribor.kz will hold a round table on the topic “Actual issues of development of the electric power industry in Kazakhstan”.
The organizer of the Powerexpo Almaty 2022 exhibition is Iteca - the Kazakhstani exhibition company. Official support was provided by the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Akimat of Almaty city, Samruk-Energy JSC, KEGOC (Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company) JSC, the Kazakhstan Electricity Association - KEA, the Union of Power Engineers of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan Association of Energy Auditors ALE.