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[size=33]ENERGIZING IRAQ'S FUTURE[/size]
Powering Iraq is the first major event of its kind focusing on the development and investment opportunities within Iraq’s Power and Electricity sectors. The conference, held in Baghdad, offers unique insight from high-level government officials and leading multinationals on the next step towards restoring and rebuilding Iraq’s power demands.
Powering Iraq, held under the Official Patronage of the Ministry of Electricity and the Government of Iraq, aims to tackle the key challenges facing the electricity sectors in the country. Years of conflict, damage and neglect have left the power and electricity sector in need of significant international investment and technical expertise. Recently the Government of Iraq has started to make significant progress in restoring power generation and licensing new projects within the country.
Powering Iraq is a landmark conference and exhibition where you will hear new projects first-hand and connect with government decision-makers directly. We hope you join us in Baghdad in July!
[size=45]Why Powering Iraq?
Iraq is emerging from the challenges faced over the past few years. The country is ready for business with extensive opportunities for investment in the power and electrical sector. The country has an untapped potential with a youthful population as the economy is expected to grow substantially over the coming years. Powering Iraq is the only conference, held in the local market, focusing on the investment opportunities within the power and electrical sector.
Iraq is infamous for its substantial oil reserves and business opportunities within infrastructure, construction, agriculture and many other sectors. The electricity sector, however, suffers from a series of challenges, which feeds into all industries.
Years of neglect have led to a dilapidated grid infrastructure with low operational efficiency and high levels of losses. Over 50% of electricity generated is lost in transmission and distribution. The Government of Iraq has made significant progress in restoring power generation over the past decade, however, substantial investment and upgrades are vital. New generation units have been installed, but their ability to operate efficiently is hampered by lack of alternate supply, for example water generation, whilst the cost of production is high. Investment is required across the entire power sector.
Now is the time to invest! The conference will welcome all the leading Government Ministries and key players within Iraq. Do not miss out on this leading conference and exhibition in Baghdad.
|Power Manufacturers||Cables and Cable Management||Ministries||Institutional Investors|
|Power Generation Technology||Distributors and Agents||Public Utilities||Financial Project|
|Lighting||Electrical Distribution||Governorates||Export Credit Agencies|
|Renewables: Solar and Wind||Transmission Technology||Municipal Authorities||Accounting and Consulting|
|Energy Storage & Management||Health and Safety||Investment Commissions||Law Firms|
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of course they are ready the goi and company for the future not to help the people but to help there pocket book. millions upon millions of dollars are stolen daily thru the currency auctions daily. why change the system? some of the biggest crooks are alak and malaki so dinarians do you really think you will see more then a tenth of a cent?
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