2nd International Trade Fair on Renewable and Conventional Energy, Energy Efficiency, Electrical Engineering, Lighting and Automation 17 - 19 September 2013 Novosibirsk Expocentre
According to ZVEI – the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association, Russian imports of electro-technology have increased by 16.6%, from 27.919 billion Euro in 2010 to 32.551 billion Euro in 2011, after 19.873 billion Euro in 2009. China, Germany, Ukraine, the USA and South Korea are the major supplier countries.
In the same period, Russian producers have exported electro-technology at a volume of 3.495 billion Euro (after 3.113 billion Euro in 2010 and 2.733 billion Euro in 2009). Ukraine, India, Germany, Algeria, China and Kazakhstan being the most important destinations for Russian electro-technology exports.
Russia has created a strong momentum by launching a program to develop renewable energies and promote energy efficiency. The federation is heavily investing into its energy, construction and industrial sectors.
A country with a population of over 143 million, Russia is witnessing a surge in energy requirements due to its growing population, urbanization, and escalating industrial base.
As proof here are just some of the related headlines of GERMANY TRADE & INVEST between March and September 2012:
• „Russia invests 25 billion Euro into alternative energies“
• “Russia intends to increase power generation by 20% until 2017”
• “Russia invests 17 billion Euro to increase energy efficiency”
• „Russia modernises hydro power plants“
• “Russia plans 82 GW of power generation until 2020”
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