Iran’s potential for renewable energy
Our exhibition booth designers and builders will give your brands and products a new dimension
Iran’s potential for renewable energy is vast, possessing some of the best combined wind and solar resources in the region and the technical and engineering
capabilities to realise it. The country’s reintroduction to the international community following the relieving of sanctions makes this a particularly exciting time for Iran’s renewable energy space. With domestic power demand sapping the valuable export realisation of hydrocarbons, fuel subsidies decreasing and a need for greater energy security, the Iranian government and policy makers are showing a significant interest in the renewables space. To highlight their commitment they have set an ambitious target of 5GW of installed capacity from renewables by 2020 and SUNA, the country’s renewable energy organisation, have established an attractive feed-in tariff which guarantees power purchase payments for 20 years. To read our industry report from 2016, please complete the form below: we offering Turnkey exhibition stand construction & services,and event managing
We work with our clients during all stages of the exhibitor process, from the design and build to the installation and exhibition management.
Green Power was founded in 2003 and since then over 22,000 delegates from over 152 countries have attended over 200 conferences, exhibitions, workshops and training courses providing strategic business intelligence to the renewable energy and sustainability industries.
Our expertise lies in producing high quality, interactive conferences that provide ample networking opportunities for delegates, sponsors and partners.
GLOBAL REACH: We have successfully run events in 35 countries to date including the UK, USA, Singapore, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands, South Africa, India, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, Mozambique, Ghana, Tanzania, Algeria, Morocco, Czech Republic, Argentina, Thailand, Hungary, Indonesia, Malaysia, Romania, United Arab Emirates.