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Wind Power Asia 2011 Expected to Grow Once Again in Scale

Beijing, China – The most established and highly anticipated industry event in Asia, the 8th Wind Power Asia, scheduled to be held from June 22–24 at the National Convention Center in Beijing, China, is expected to draw more than 450 exhibitors from over 30 countries which will occupy about 25,000 sqm.
According to organizers, Koelnmesse and China Electricity Council (CEC), the current booth space take up rate has already exceeded the level of the same time last year. National pavilions from Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands are once again in the pipeline, and several of the leading Chinese turbine manufacturers have already reserved their space at the exhibition. The event will host a more comprehensive range of the industry’s offerings and several feature zones such as the Small Wind Turbine zone, Offshore Wind zone, Grid Connection zone and the debut of the Agent’s Lounge to facilitate business activities.
With the guaranteed attendance of China’s top 14 power producers led by the China Electricity Council to source at Wind Power Asia, the event is the only in China to showcase the complete value chain of the industry. As one of the show’s organizers, the council will leverage on this platform to announce the latest industry statistics as well as make important announcements on policies, regulations and standards.
Parallel to the trade fair, the annual Clean Energy Expo China/Wind Power Asia 2011 Conference will again provide the best platform in China to gather the industry’s finest from all over the world for knowledge sharing, education, and networking. From now until 28th February, industry experts keen to share their know-how with a captive audience can contact the organizer for abstract submission.
Organizers have also recently unveiled the new look of the Wind Power Asia 2011 show and conference website. The updated website now offers an experience that is visually appealing, more user-friendly and has a faster loading speed with innovative content and format as well as improved functions. This change is aimed at providing better service to industry stakeholders for a clearer understanding of the exhibition, including more detailed event description, registration information and real-time updates during the show.
Wind Power Asia Exhibition and Conference 2011 will be staged from June 22-24, 2011, at the National Convention Center in Beijing, China.
Wind Power Asia (WPA), as part of Clean Energy Expo China, is the longest running and one of the most authoritative wind power exhibitions in China. Held annually since 2003, Wind Power Asia has been growing with China’s wind energy industry, and has now become an essential event in the vibrant Chinese wind power market. Industry professionals from all over the world get together in Beijing every year for Wind Power Asia, ready to do business. For more information, visit www.windpowerasia.com.

Clean Energy Expo China (CEEC) is the only industry event to showcase the entire clean energy portfolio, creating a unique trading and knowledge-sharing platform with a broader perspective on the development of this industry in China. The exhibition and conference form integral parts of the event, bringing together leading players in the technology, services, finance and government sector to address key issues in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable development. For more information, visit www.cleanenergyexpochina.com.

About Koelnmesse
As a world-renowned trade fair organizer with over 80 years’ experience in organizing large-scale commercial events connecting buyers and sellers, Koelnmesse has an excellent track record for organizing some of the world’s most successful trade events.  For further information, visit www.koelnmesse.com.

About China Electricity Council (CEC)
Founded with the approval of the State Council in 1988, CEC is a consolidated organization of all China’s power enterprises and institutions operating under the supervision of the State Electricity Regulatory Commission. At present, the council has 1,440 members, 10 classified branches and nine specialty committees. Entrusted by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council and other related government bodies, CEC also takes over the administration of six nation-wide specialty societies. 30 power industry associations at provincial, autonomous region and municipality levels are the council members of CEC. For further information, visit www.cec.org.cn.