Kazakhstan International Energy, Electrical equipment and Machine building Exhibition



Since its debut in 2001, Kazakhstan International Powerexpo Almaty exhibition annually presents a full range of the most modern equipment, technologies and services for energy industry specialists, becoming a traditional platform for business meetings, experience exchange, new contacts establishment and business negotiations.

The exhibition is annually supported by the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Administration of Almaty city; JSC "Samruk-Energy"; JSC «Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company KEGOC»; Kazakhstan Electricity Association; Kazakhstan Association of Energy Auditors and Union of Power Engineers of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In 2012, The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry has awarded Power Kazakhstan exhibition (current Powerexpo Almaty) with "UFI Approved Event" sign, which further consolidated its status of international event.

Research and educational institutions, installation and development organizations; manufacturers and suppliers of electrical equipment, cable-conductor products, control systems, communications, relay protection and automation, means of diagnostics and lighting products are invited to take part in Powerexpo Almaty.

In 2023, there were 117 companies from 10 countries of the world, including Austria, Armenia, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, China, Russia, Slovakia, Finland and France. Collective stands were presented by the Mordovian, Chuvash Republics and the Orenburg region. Attendance indicators also showed active growth. 2710 industry professionals became guests of Powerexpo Almaty 2023. As part of the business program, 30 speakers took part in 10 specialized sessions.

A primary part of visitors is formed by professional audience, including delegations, specially invited from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan; representatives of state structures and departments; heads of enterprises of FEC, engineering and technical services; management of REC, TPP, HPP, chief engineers and energy workers of public utilities and industrial enterprises of various industries; representatives of project, construction, installation organizations; specialists of transport, service and trade enterprises.