The 10th China International Electric Power & Electric Engineering Technology Exhibition (China EPower 2010)

Venue: Intex Shanghai

Location: Shanghai, China

Event Date/Time: Apr 21, 2010 End Date/Time: Apr 23, 2010
Registration Date: Mar 23, 2010
Early Registration Date: Feb 01, 2010
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China EPower is the leading professional power exhibition in China, covering power generation, power transmission and distribution, power automation, power construction, energy conservation, environmental protection and electric products. Held in Shanghai annually, the past nine shows have successfully drawn the participation of more than 2,800 exhibitors and 220,000 visitors from more than 30 countries and regions.

With the rapid developments in China’s power industry, China EPower has grown to be the most established exhibition for the global power industry players, thanks to its quality networking platform, high-value service, representation of cutting-edge products and technologies and the international participation.

The 10th edition of China EPower will be held at Intex Shanghai from 21 to 23 April 2010. Be part of the most recognized industry event to gain access to the vibrant power market in China!


88 Loushanguan Road, Shanghai 200336, P.R. China

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 The rapid economic growth in China has remarkably accelerated the development of China’s electric power industry. By the end of 2008, China’s total power installed capacity reached 790 million kilowatts and was ranked second in the world. According to the International Energy Agency, China’s power consumption will double and its power generation capacity will reach 1775 gigawatts by 2030. The power transmission and distribution industry is also expected to grow. By 2030, investment in China’s power generation, transmission and distribution will reach US$ 2.8 trillion, accounting for a quarter of the world’s total investment.  China’s State Grid Corporation has announced a plan to build a ‘Smart Grid’ with more than 4 trillion RMB investment and the construction will start this year in three stages. The plan reveals that China has involved in the global power reform and Smart Grid has become the focus of the whole energy industry.  The World Expo 2010 presents an abundant of business opportunities for Shanghai. It will draw many country pavilions and visitor delegations to China EPower 2010.