Hidroenergia exhibitions have been traditionally a significant meeting place of hydropower investors with equipment suppliers and various hydro-oriented services. With the new trade fair formula we expect to even extend the spectrum of exhibitors by inviting companies for which hydro may represent only one of several groups of customers. The exhibitors will be offered an area of more than 700m2 with multimedia connection. An exhibition area for full-scale products will be offered in the outer space under the pergola and in front of the RCTB Centre. To book your exhibition space, please visit the website section Exhibitors and consult the Guides for Exhibitors and Sponsors. You can also contact us directly via e-mail or telephone for further details. Contact: Mr Bogusław Janik Congress Manager Tel.: +48 605 067 828 Fax: +48 717 071 556 E-mail: email@example.com
Hidroenergia 2012 will provide the possibility of match making sessions. Match making will give you the possibility to get in touch with relevant stakeholders from the hydropower sector. This activity will serve to strengthen your relationships with new partners, optimize your business or organization and further your knowledge. The registration for match-making will be opened after the closing date of the registration for the congress.
The hidroenergia 2012 trade fair area will be opened for clients of exhibitors and the general public on Friday, 25 May 2012, between 0830 and 1800. Day tickets can be purchased at the registration desk in the conference venue (Regional Centre for Business Tourism (RCTB). The price of € 40 (PLN 170) includes the access to the exhibition area as well as coffee breaks and lunch.
The study tour is a traditional component of hidroenergia events which takes place the day after the congress. A detailed programme is currently under development. Please visit this section at a later stage.
Accompanying Persons Tours
- 23 May 2012, morning: A two hour walking tour through the old city of Wrocław
- 24 May 2012: bus tour to the historical and cultural attractions of the Lower Silesia region including the Church of Peace in Świdnica built by Silesian protestants in the mid of the 13th century as well as the Książ Castle – a large fortress at the foothills of Sudety mountain range with a history reaching back to the 13th century.
- 25 May 2012: A half-day guided city tour covering the most significant cultural monuments of Wrocław, including the Old Market, the Cathedral Isle and the Leopold Hall at Wrocław University premises.
Accompanying persons are registered through the relevant participant registration.