By now, Power Kazakhstan has become a well-known and reputable event amongst power specialists from the CIS and foreign countries. For professionals, the exhibition and forum have become mandatory.
According to Mr. Turganov, Vice Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Kazakhstan, Power Kazakhstan is one of the most important exhibitions in the power industry of not only Kazakhstan but other countries, too. The international exhibition and forum aim to further and enhance technological, commercial and economic relationships between Kazakhstan and foreign countries.
Since the very beginning, Power Kazakhstan has been viewed as a specialised international project focusing on Kazakhstan exhibitors. Support for Power Kazakhstan has therefore been officially provided by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Almaty City Akimat (administration); Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company (KEGOC JSC); Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan Electricity Association (KEA); Kazakhstan Union of Engineering Companies, and Kazakhstan Union of Power Engineers.
For its seven years, the exhibition has involved more than 700 companies from 22 countries, and has been attended by more than 20,000 specialists. Forum participants include over 1,500 power professionals.
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A mini exhibition Power Kazakhstan was conducted for the first time under KIOGE.
The event grew into an independent project, the number of exhibitors increased by 30%, and the exhibition area increased by 35%. A specialised power conference was organised. Power Kazakhstan 2003 was sponsored by Silovye Mashiny (Russia), Atlas Copco (Sweden), and Investor M (Kazakhstan).
The number of exhibitors increased by 40%, and the exhibition area increased by 60%. Exhibitors included companies from Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, France, United States, Germany, and Poland.
The two-day conference Power Kazakhstan 2004 was organised at the five-star hotel Hyatt Regency as panel sessions. The conference brought together about 150 specialists and became a bright event in Central Asia. Power Kazakhstan was sponsored by Elster Metronika (Russia), ZaporozhTransformator (Ukraine), and AES (USA).
The number of exhibitors increased by 40%, and the exhibition area grew by 55%. Exhibitors included world manufacturers of power equipment: ABB, Siemens, Legrand, Schneider, Tyco Electronics, ENSTO, Philips Lighting, etc.
The conference participants included more than 150 delegates from Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Germany, France, Poland, etc.; 25 specialists presented their reports. Power Kazakhstan 2005 was sponsored by Bogatyr Access Komir (Kazakhstan) and AES (USA).
Exhibitors included over 90 companies fromKazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Italy, UAE, Romania, Turkey, etc. First-timers at the exhibition included BLF SRL, Elettrocanali SRL, Ramco SPA (Italy), Lucy Switchgear (U.A.E.), OBO Bettermann GMBH (Germany), Nexans Kazakhstan LLP, kazelektromontazh JSC, manyz LLP (Kazakhstan), TransformElektro Group, AtomStroyExport CJSC, NPO Luch, ISK RosAtomStroy, FGUP AtomEnergoProject, FGUP TsIVD ROSATOMA, Sedakov Research Institute of Measurement Systems, and VETZ-ENERGOSISTEMY LLC (Russia). Annual exhibitor – Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company (KEGOC JSC).
The conference participants included more than 130 specialists; 25 speakers presented their reports, including K.A. Bozumbayev, President of KEGOC JSC, A.B. Sembin, President of Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC, M.T. Dulkairov, General Director of Almaty Power Consolidated JSC, etc.
Exhibitors included more than 100 companies from Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, UAE, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, and Turkey. France, China and Turkey also presented their national stands.
The annual exhibitors presented their stands – SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, LEGRAND, TYCO ELECRONICS, ENSTO, TAVRIDA ELECTRIC, ELECTRIC LIGHT, etc.
First-time exhibitors included: CZECH VALVES ALLIANCE (Czech Republic), Ardatovskiy Lighting Plant, GASDEVICE, SEDATEK (Russia), Promyzhlennoye Oborudovaniye, Elkom Vega (Kazakhstan), EL SAWEDY CABLES (Egypt), EAE ELECTRIK, HES KABLO, TUMKA CABLE, ULUSOY ELECTRIC (Turkey), etc.
For the first time, the exhibition included the Kazakhstan Forum of Power Engineers, with more than 160 participants. The Forum included panel sessions on the following topics: Development Outlooks for Heating and Power in Kazakhstan and Development Outlooks for Nuclear Power in Kazakhstan.
Exhibitors included more than 110 companies from 14 countries, including Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, China, Serbia, and Italy. The Czech Republic (14 companies) and Iran (10 companies) presented their national stands.
Domestic companies made 25% of all exhibitors. Geographical distribution of other exhibitors was as follows: companies from the CIS and foreign countries – 45% of all exhibitors (including the Czech Republic – 15%, Iran – 10%, etc.) and enterprises from the CIS countries – 30% (including Russia – 25% of exhibitors).
Annual exhibitors: KEGOC, ENSTO, Schneider Electric, Tyco Electronics, Legrand, Tavrida Electric, Nexans Kazakhstan, KazTransformator, RosAtom, SevKabel, ZaporozhTransformator, etc.
First-time exhibitors included Chinese companies Xinjiang Xilidan International Trade Co., Ltd, Yangzhou Huadong Power Machine Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Chint Electrics Co., Ltd; Jean Müller GmbH – Germany; Metalka Majur – Serbia, Scame Parre S.P.A. – Italy; Russian companies Alfa Laval Potok OJSC, TeploEnergoService Management Company, etc.
On November 4, the Annual Kazakhstan Forum of Power Engineers took place, with more than 130 delegates. The Forum included panel sessions. Key speakers at the Forum included D.N. Turganov, Vice Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Kazakhstan (report on The Current Status and Development Outlooks for Power and Heating in Kazakhstan) and V.G. Osochenko, Vice President of KEGOC JSC, on Pressing Issues of Development of Kazakhstan’s national Power Grid.