The energy industry is preparing for ICCI 2016 – the 22nd International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference that will take place in Istanbul Expo Center on 27 to 29 of April.
At a time when energy policies have become one of the most determining factors of politics and economy, ICCI is bringing together all the stakeholders of the industry from public and private sectors to academicians with investors. With investment needs of around 130 Billion US-Dollars in the energy sector until 2023 Turkey offers tremendous opportunities, especially for renewable energies. Analysts as Stefanie Berg of IHS expect that the Turkish PV-market will grow strong this year with new installations of around 500 MW.
New photovoltaics special section
The exhibitors will be presenting their products and services in the field of all renewables energies (photovoltaics, solar thermal, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal), storage, cogeneration, energy efficiency, electric generation and trade, electric transmission Systems, maintenance, monitoring, logistics and IT. A new photovoltaics special section is intended to bring together the representatives of the industry with the investors. A Conference with over 250 speakers will take place simultaneously, focusing on various matters such as Energy Policies and Regulations, Energy Efficiency, Energy Technologies, Products and Services.
32 partners support the event
Organized with the support of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, Ministry of Energy and Natural Sources, Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs and Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK), ICCI 2016 shines out as the most comprehensive event in the industry in Turkey. Over 30 partners, among them the Renewable Energy Associations GÜNDER and GENSED are backing the event. Expected are 340 exhibitors and around 16,000 professional visitors from Europe, North Africa, Asia and the Gulf countries, in addition to Turkey. ICCI 2016 will take place April 27 to 29 in Istanbul Expo Center in Halls 9, 10 and 11.