SGS to Attend Enertec 2013

On January 29-31, 2013 SGS will participate in the enertec International Trade Fair for Energy Generation, Distribution and Storage in Leipzig, Germany and demonstrate its wide portfolio of renewable energy services at stand 4D30.

SGS to Showcase Renewable Energy Services in Leipzig


On January 29-31, 2013 SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, is set to exhibit at enertec 2013 in Leipzig, Germany.

enertec International Trade Fair for Energy Generation

The ultimate platform for innovation and development, the enertec International Trade Fair for Energy Generation, Distribution and Storage, showcases efficient and effective technologies and innovative services for the close-to-load generation, distribution and storage of energy as well as offers an extensive national and international networking opportunity. Enertec focus on the strong catchment areas of eastern Germany and the eastern European region reaches industrial decision-makers, municipality officials and their undertakings, consultant engineers, planning offices, public utilities and plant operators. As the most respected independent German energy trade fair, enertec's broad spectrum of both participants and visitors provides a futuristic overview of holistic solutions for energy supply. The 2013 focus will be placed on "Intelligent and Efficient Energy Systems".

The three-day enertec event will provide a unique chance for SGS to showcase ist extensive portfolio of renewable energy services, including project finance and technical due diligence strategies along with both on and offshore project certification (http://www.sgs.com/en/Energy/Energy-Sources/Wind/Services-in-the-Conceptual-Phase/Project-Certification.aspx). Furthermore, owner's and lender's engineers, in-service inspection, end-of-warranty survey and risk management services will be highlighted.

SGS Hosts to Demonstrate Expertise

SGS Hamburg experts, Thomas Eilers, Khalife El-Hossein, Jan Fischer, Olaf Robenek, and Ismail Chalil will be on hand to present SGS services, answer any questions and offer unique solutions. SGS eagerly looks forward to enertec 2013 and the chance to illustrate its unrivalled range of services and its breadth of expertise.

Based on extensive experience and knowledge, SGS offers independent, third-party consultancy, inspection, verification, testing and certification services for renewable energy projects to include wind and tidal systems. SGS offers a wide range of renewable energy services specifically designed to minimize failure and to improve the financial viability of the assets. Therefore, SGS benefits not only project owners, but also financiers and underwriters, all of whom have a stake in renewable energy projects.

Please join our SGS team of experts at stand 4D30 to find out about the advantages of SGS renewable energy services (http://www.sgs.com/en/Energy/Energy-Sources/Wind.aspx). We look forward to seeing and talking to you all in Leipzig.

For further information, please contact:

SGS Renewable Energy Services
Thomas Eilers
Wind Business Development Manager Germany
Rödingsmarkt 16
D - 20459 Hamburg
t: +49 40 30 101 236
f: +49 89 12 50 40 68 236
E-mail: industrial.pr@sgs.com
Website: www.sgs.com/wind

SGS is the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 70,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,350 offices and laboratories around the world.

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