The opening ceremony of the exhibition was attended by senior energy officials including Iranian Energy Minister Ali-Akbar Mehrabian along with the energy ministers of Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The four-day exhibition covers various areas including production, transmission, and distribution, as well as high, medium, and low-voltage electrical equipment.
Some 474 domestic firms along with 110 foreign exhibitors from different countries, including Italy, Czech Republic, Germany, China, South Korea, Croatia, Turkey, Spain, India, Slovenia, Poland, and Japan, are showcasing their latest products and services in this exhibition.
All kinds of electrical panels, lighting equipment, smart equipment, diesel generators and electric motors, batteries, and UPS; earthing and protection systems, transformers, wires and cables, industrial automation and precision instruments, and measuring equipment are being presented at IEE 2023.
According to a statement by the Ministry of Energy, the energy ministers of five countries, including Pakistan, Iraq, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan, are also scheduled to visit this event.
Source: Tehran Times