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Targi Kielce Renewable Energy Sources are in an unprecedented uptrend now; does this increase in interest in renewable energy also translate into the development of the trade show?
Robert Frąk: Of course, expos serve as the economy's barometer. A particular industry's development is immediately reflected in the exhibition halls. The Enex has been going from strength to strength for several years - our expo halls are filled to the brim with the latest heating and energy technologies on show; this is also the full-house for new companies.
In addition, electric cars are also becoming more and more popular; thus the Enex offers the chance not only to see electric cars, but the infrastructure necessary to make these vehicles go. Charging stations for passenger cars, batteries and quick chargers for buses are on display.
The world will increasingly tap into alternative energy, and we, as the organisers of Poland's largest exhibition devoted to such issues, are ready for this development.
Targi Kielce Recently, the legal changes regarding photovoltaics have made the front-page news. The government slightly inhibits the industry's development, but also introduces regulations regarding energy storage. Targi Kielce has been the discussion place for energy storage for years.
RF: Many specialists relate the industry's slight cool-down, however, most of them add that the new regulations will not significantly affect the market. The organiSers of the Energia PL conference, Targi Kielce, is pleased with the introduction of provisions on energy storage. The Energia PL event made its debut at the 2018's Enex and ever since then, generated a great interest.
In 2022, we are also intend to hold this meeting, as it provides a great platform for the experiences and thoughts exchange between practitioners involved in energy storage development on a daily basis, as well as scientists who create innovative solutions.
TK: You also cater the offer for the professional power engineering sector - what are the latest developments here?
RF: The shape of next year's exhibition is still being developed: modern solutions will be combined with traditional energy. We cannot, and we do not want to forget about the more traditional aspects because this branch remains the essence of the industry. The Professional Power Engineering Expo has been created for energy generation companies and entities which utilise traditional energy sources as well as for equipment and parts producers. The Enex is the place for manufacturers of converters, cables, distribution switchgear and substations as well as energy meters.