ICCI – International Energy and Environment Fair and conference will be held at Istanbul Expo Center between the dates 16-18 March 2022.
ICCI – International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference, where more than 200 local and foreign participants are hosted, makes a significant contribution to Turkey’s energy sector with an annual turnover of approximately 25 billion dollars.
Within the scope of the B2B Buyer Delegation Program, exporting companies will have the opportunity to hold bilateral business meetings with international purchasing committees of 300 people from 26 countries. As a part of the B2B Buyer Delegation Programme, delegations from Europe, CIS, North Africa, the Middle East and Gulf Countries, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Balkan Countries, will come together at the fair.
Among the foreign countries that will participate in the 2022 ICCI – International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference; Italy, England, Germany, Austria, Japan, Norway, Denmark, France, India, Iran and China. It will not only be an important platform for international new investments and collaborations, it will also leave its mark on the agenda of the energy sector with many events in its content.
At the ICCI 2022 Conferences, which were held simultaneously with the fair and whose main theme was determined as Energy and Air Conditioning, Efficiency, Sustainability and Transformation; Special sessions organized by TÜSİAD, MÜSİAD, DEİK, Union of Municipalities of Turkey, OSBÜK, Istanbul Chamber of Industry, Digit4Turkey, TÜREB, Kojentürk Association, 21 leading energy-related associations and legislators such as EMRA and ETKB, in 4 parallel halls for 3 days and technical sessions with the presentations of the companies participating in the fair, and 40 sessions with more than 200 local and foreign speakers in total.
The focus of the fair, which will bring together the public, investors, industrialists, manufacturers, suppliers and developers, will be the energy transformation of the future. In this context, in addition to conventional electricity generation, transmission and distribution sources, all sub-titles of renewable energy, especially wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydrogen, smart cities, environmental technologies, energy efficiency, energy logistics, digitalization, energy storage, electric vehicle and charging technologies and cyber security in energy will be discussed and exhibitors will showcase their new products and technologies.