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January 31, 2012 3:10:03 PM ET
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Algeria’s electricity & water sector is among the most lucrative in the African region. Every dealer, importer, supplier, trader and distributor representing the electricity and power industries should take full advantage of this fast growing market. New-Fields, the world’s leading organizer of exhibitions and conferences on emerging markets, strives to understand every need of exhibitors and delegates alike and therefore offers fair booth prices, and is flexible in providing the equipment and furniture of your choice

New-Fields Offers:

As the world leader in exhibitions on emerging markets, New-Fields has dedicated sales and marketing teams based in Washington and Dubai to ensure every bit of information on the 9th AEW Expo reaches potential exhibitors and participants who could benefit from Algeria’s electricity market.

The buyers you want to meet, whether they are small local companies or large multi-national corporations, will be available under one-roof for you to establish business relationships.

Top service providers and contractors are among the participants and business visitors who plan to participate in 9th AEW Expo.

New-Fields, with over a decade of expertise and experience in the emerging markets of the Middle East and North Africa and relationships with small, medium and large companies around the globe will help you to achieve your goals.

The Algerian Water, Electricity and Power Industry

To sustain and to meet its growing electricity demand, which is increasing by 2-4 per cent annually, Algeria needs to add 1,500 MW in fresh generating capacity and related infrastructures like transmission lines and substations each year.

The electricity reforms initiated in 2002 began a new era for Algeria’s power sector, resulting in scores of foreign and private companies bidding for independent power projects at several locations in Algeria. There are six power projects with a cumulative capacity of over 6,000 MW planned in Algeria in the private sector. Infrastructure overheads like transmission lines and substations to evacuate fresh capacities are also under consideration. The Algerian government, to accelerate the reforms, recently awarded a $19 million contract to an Egyptian electrical contracting company to set up 550 km of high voltage electricity lines.

Through the 9th Algeria Electricity & Water Expo, Algeria can be your gateway to other African countries, where power demand is increasing rapidly due to population growth and industrialization.

 

 

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