ICCI 2016 goes increasingly international

In view of the growing Turkish solar market coming ICCI 2016 is going increasingly international. Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) will be one of the top keynote speakers at the biggest energy event in Turkey, that takes places April 27-29 at Istanbul Expo Center.

"We we

lcome exhibitors and visitors from more than 25 countries", says organizer Murat Özer, Deputy General Manager of Hannover Fairs Turkey. Over 340 exhibitors and more than 16,000 professionals are expected to attend ICCI 2016. Besides leading Turkish government and regulatory authority officials as Ercüment Özdemirci, Head of Planning and Coordination Department of TEİAŞ a number of international high-level experts and representatives will talk at the fair and conference. For example Haroon Rashid, Vice Chairman of National Electric Power Regulatory Authority Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Lenka Kovačovká, Deputy Minister for Energy, Czech Republic, Arnaud Duvielguerbigny, Head of Policy of Cogen Europe, Dr. Harry Lehmann, General Director of Sustainable Strategies of German Federal Environmental Agency and Hans Josef Fell, President of Energy Watch Group. Leading analyst Josefin Berg from IHS will give an insight about "Quality and O&M in Turkey - lessons from other PV Markets."

Featured Product

OMNISTAR GAS ANALYZER - Fast accurate analysis from % to sub-ppm in a compact, turnkey benchtop system.

OMNISTAR GAS ANALYZER - Fast accurate analysis from % to sub-ppm in a compact, turnkey benchtop system.

The Pfeiffer Vacuum OmniStar benchtop analysis system offers you a compact footprint, powerful software and Ethernet connectivity. It's the optimum solution for many real-time gas analysis applications. With the OmniStar, Pfeiffer Vacuum offers you a complete solution for gas analysis, in chemical processes, semiconductor industry, metallurgy, fermentation, catalysis, laser technology and environmental analysis. The turnkey OmniStar gas analysis system consists of heated, temperature-regulated gas inlet system, Quadrupole mass spectrometer, a dry diaphragm vacuum pump and HiPace turbopump. Unlike competing methods such as FTIR, OmniStar is suitable for qualitative and quantitative analysis of most gases.