'Wind Power Shanghai 2007' to be Held in Shanghai in November

Most important event for China's wind power industry in this year

Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. (SIEC) announced that "Wind Power Shanghai 2007" will be held in Shanghai from November 1 to November 3, 2007. The exhibition will be jointly held by Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA) and Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. (SIEC); and is believed to be the most important event for China's wind power industry in this year.

The exhibition will be attended by manufacturers of wind turbine, providers of components and supporting equipment for wind power generating facilities, as well as wind power service providers. The exhibition has a projected occupation area of 10,000 sq m. 7 world leading wind turbine manufactures, namely Vestas, GE, Suzlon, Nordex, Siemens, Repower, and Acciona, have signed contracts to attend the exhibition. Internally famous wind power enterprises such as Shanghai Electric, Windey, and NGC also will be on the list of attendees; while Britain, renowned for its rapidly developing off shore wind power, will appear in the air as an international exposition delegation. Enterprises providing supporting equipments such as manufacturers of gears, fasteners, composite material, lubricants, and electric enterprises are also avid about attending the exhibition. Adding to the attendee list, service enterprises related to wind power equipment such as enterprises of authentication, wind measurement, consultation, meteorology, operation, and investment also will participate in this event.

During the event, the organizers will hold a high-ranking forum which will be attended by approximately 400 people; a large number of wind power experts, entrepreneurs, and governmental officials will be invited to join the forum. Topics cover the status quo and projection of wind power development at home and abroad, policy and market, off shore wind power exploitation, wind resource and meteorology, wind power generating technologies, wind power network, wind power project investment, et al.

The appeal of reducing global greenhouse gas emissions is increasingly gaining ground; as a sort of clean and efficient energy source, wind power has already shown great potential in the facets of coping with weather change, alleviating energy security pressure, meeting energy needs. For the moment, global wind power generating capacity has surpassed 70,000,000 KW, with a yearly market value of 12 billion euros (an equivalent to $14 billion). Although the biggest wind power market is seen in Europe for the moment, development in Asia, North America, and other regions is also quite rapid. In 2006, the increase rate in China scored as high as 65%.

China is endowed with a bountiful pool of available wind power resource measuring 1 billion KW (250 million KW on land, 750 million KW offshore). According to the objective set forth by China's wind power development plan, countrywide wind power generating capacity will reach 50 and 300 million KW by 2010 and 2020. In the course of "11th five-year plan" a total number of 30 large-scale wind power projects with individual capacities of 100,000 KW will be set up in China's wind power resource-rich regions, namely the eastern coast, the northwest, north, and northeast regions of China.

"Wind Power Shanghai 2007" will come as a full-aspect, multi-level platform of information communication, cooperation, and trade for China's rapidly-developing wind power market and industry, and will give impetus to the further prosperity of wind power causes across the world and throughout China alike.

For more information, please contact: Eelia Yao Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. Tel: +86-21-6279-2828 Fax: +86-21-6545-5124 Email: eelia@siec-ccpit.com; ricesong@siec-ccpit.com Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd.

Shanghai International Exhibition Co
Edited by Trevor Sievert, Online Editorial Journalist
wind energy, wind farm, renewable energy, wind power, wind turbine, rotorblade, offshore, onshore

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