MALAYSIA'S NUMBER 1 ENERGY EVENT RETURNS

ASEAN Elenex (AE) will be returning for its 10th edition in March 2013 that promises you a BIGGER & BETTER show. In 2011, AE closed with a record of 510 participating companies from 36 nations and more that 6700 visitors from 38 nations. This saw an increase of more than 15% compared to AE 2009.

ASEAN Elenex (AE) will be returning for its 10th edition in March 2013 that promises you a BIGGER & BETTER show. In 2011, AE closed with a record of 510 participating companies from 36 nations and more that 6700 visitors from 38 nations. This saw an increase of more than 15% compared to AE 2009.


For ASEAN Elenex 2013, we are expecting to bring in more exhibitors that are promoting improved energy efficient products. So if you are part of the Electrical industry or service that promotes energy efficiency in any way, you should seriously consider exhibiting in this show.

"With the commencement of the Renewable Energy Act 2011, feed-in-tariff system, and the setting up of Sustainable Energy Development Authority (Seda) as the central authority for the RE industry, Malaysia's RE capacity is projected to reach 2,080MW by 2020, or some 11% of the total peak electricity demand," said Datuk Seri Peter Chin, Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister.

Leveraging on that and on the continuous demand in the industry, AE 2013 will once again feature Renewable Energy. To be held alongside Industrial Automation, Asean's Complete Automation Solutions Event yet again, AE is deemed to bring together the many leading industry players in the region. As AE is committed to keeping pace with the increasing energy demands and continuously grow to be a platform you need to get connected in this sector, it is a definite yes to exhibit. So don't miss out and Reserve your prime exhibit space now.

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