3rd International Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Trade Fair
Now the 2013 edition of elec expo, EneR Event & Tronica Expo has been scheduled for 20 to 23 November 2013 at the Casablanca International Fairgrounds-OFEC. Morocco’s and Africa’s major energy, electrical engineering and electronics event is organised by FENELEC, the Moroccan Federation of Electricity, Electronics and Renewable Energies, in close cooperation with the German trade fair specialists fairtrade and their Moroccan partners Forum 7.
Spain is the Guest of Honor in 2013. This has been agreed between AFME-the Spanish Electrical Manufacturers Association and the organisers. Spain and Morocco exchange goods of electro-technology with a volume of 1.086 billion Euro (2011). The Spanish exports of electro-technology to Morocco reached 342.2 million Euros, the Moroccan exports to Spain in this field summed up to 743.9 million Euros. (Source: ZVEI) As one of Morocco’s most important trading partners, the presentation of Spain as Guest of Honor contributes to further develop this comfortable position. The Spanish group pavilion will be supported by AFME.
Benin is the African Guest of Honor in 2013. The cooperation between Morocco and Benin in the energy field will be highlighted throughout the entire year 2013. Actually quite a few events have been scheduled between FENELEC and its Beninese partner AFIMEEB on the one hand, and the members of the two associations on the other hand.
Germany will also leave a heavy footprint with an important presentation in 2013. For the very first time an official German group pavilion will be presented by the German Ministry of Economics and Technology in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry-AUMA. ?
Eager to exhibit their products are also Italian member companies of ANIMP/Federprogetti, the association representing leading Italian companies involved in engineering, construction and services for the global energy industry.
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