A CII release today said here that billed as a signature event, the second edition of Energex would promote the latest products and serices in energy and infrastructure sectors, in a market on a growth path. During Energex 2005, Tiruchi was showcased as a major engineering hub and energy equipment capital of India. There were over 50 exhibitors and 3,000 participants and business worth Rs 200 crore was generated, it added.
With the country's power sector poised for a big leap, Tiruchi has a pre-eminent place in the power equipment manufacturing sector in India. Many companies here have started making products for South East Asian and Middle East markets, it added.
The event aims to explore innovative technologies for environmental friendly and safer manufacturing practices and equipment, provide a platform for exchange of ideas and discussions about future power generation technologies and serve as a forum for discussing possible ways of meeting the technical challenges faced by power industry. The event encompasses a conference on 'Advanced Technologies in Power Generation' with the theme 'Power to Power the World' on September 26 and 27, the release added.