Tehran to Host 23rd Int’l Electricity Exhibition Next Week

Tehran to Host 23rd Int’l Electricity Exhibition Next Week

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The 23rd edition of the Iran Int’l Electricity Exhibition (IEE) and the first edition of the Iran Electricity Industry Tech Market Festival will kick off at the Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds on November 14.

Iran’s Energy Minister Ali Akbar Mehrabian, the energy ministers of a number of participating countries, deputies and senior managers of Iran’s electricity industry as well as some of the foreign guests will attend the inaugural ceremony of the exhibition.

As many as 474 domestic companies and representatives of 110 foreign companies from 12 countries, including Italy, the Czech Republic, Germany, China, South Korea, Croatia, Turkey, Spain, India, Slovenia, Poland and Japan will take part in IEE 2023 exhibition to showcase their latest products and achievements while 259 scientific centers and knowledge-based companies will participate in the First Iran Electricity Industry Tech Market Festival.

The IEE 2023 is held annually in the country with the participation of a great number of competent domestic and foreign companies and provides the opportunity for the domestic companies active in the power industry to display their latest products and achievements.

In this exhibition, products will be supplied in the fields of electricity generation, transmission, distribution, high-, mid- and low- voltage pressure, electrical equipment; types of electrical panels, lighting equipment, smart equipment, diesel generator and electric motors, battery and UPS, earthing and cathodic protection systems, transformer, wire and cable, industrial automation and instrumentation, measuring equipment, contractor, consultant, scientific research and research centers, power transmission lines and related equipment, medium and low voltage substations, renewable energies, etc.

The 23rd Iran International Electricity Exhibition and First Iran Electricity Industry Tech Market Festival will run through November 17.

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