27th ICCI International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference
About the Event
The 27th ICCI International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference will be organized by Sektörel Fuarcılık and Turkish Cogeneration Association with the support of the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of the Republic of Turkey and Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK). The largest energy fair of Turkey and the surrounding region will be a meeting point for domestic and international exhibitors.
Having made large investments, including privatization tenders in the last 15 years and having largely completed the first stage of the growth process, the Turkish Energy market has now entered the development and maturation process. A phase of change and transformation has started and is expected to ensure financial sustainability and increasing liquidity, and give further momentum to investments.
Having completed the first stage of the growth process, the Turkish energy market has become the tenth largest Energy market of OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development). In terms of size, the electricity market ranked 4th and the natural gas market ranked 3rd. The electricity market made about 36 billion dollars contribution to GNP with about 25 billion dollars turnover on an annual basis and became one of the largest value chains in Turkey. Located perhaps in the warmest geography of the World energy markets, Turkey is expected to increase its regional trade opportunities, enlarge its energy industry with new investments and integrate technological transformation to its market in the short term.
In this context, the ICCI International Energy – Environment Fair and Conference concentrates its efforts on creating an efficient, effective, reputable and high quality communication and event platform and maintaining the contribution that it had made to the last 25 years of this growth and development process.
The theme of the 27th event will be ‘Sustainable and Efficient Energy Transformation Responsive to Climate Change’.