Global Energy Expo ‘BIXPO 2019’ to Be Held from November 6 to 8 in Gwangju, South Korea
Under the all-encompassing slogan of Energy Transition & Digital Transformation, BIXPO 2019 focuses on Digital Platform (Hyper-Connectivity & Mega Shift) to map out the road of the energy and power industry which will take into the future, in addition to technology trends and convergences
The 2019 Bitgaram International Exposition of Electric Power Technology (BIXPO 2019) is held in Gwangju, South Korea from 6th to 8th November 2019.
The event is a comprehensive annual exposition in the power and energy sector hosted by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) (KRX:015760). KEPCO launched BIXPO in 2015 to take on the leadership in future power technologies.
BIXPO 2019 has brought separate exhibitions, invention fairs, conferences, job fairs, recruitment presentations in power and energy together in one place. The exposition is sure to provide attendees and visitors with an unparalleled platform for learning from experts, exchanging technologies, and exploring businesses.
Since launching in 2015, BIXPO has advanced to lead power and energy technologies globally and develop new business models of win-win growth through collaboration with local communities, academics, and enterprises. The sustained, concerted efforts have made BIXPO a leading global exposition.
Under the all-encompassing slogan of Energy Transition & Digital Transformation, BIXPO 2019 focuses on Digital Platform (Hyper-Connectivity & Mega Shift) to map out the road of the energy and power industry which will take into the future, in addition to technology trends and convergences.
BIXPO is a platform to share the latest trends of new technologies in power and energy, share strategies, exchange technologies, and explore business opportunities between global utilities and companies from home and abroad via networking and business matching services.
A total of 299 companies are set to participate in the New Technology Exhibition. BIXPO International Invention Fair certified by the International Federation of Inventors’ Association or IFIA will exhibit 160 inventions from home and overseas. Other arrangements include: operation of patent technology commercialization pavilion, running a briefing session on patent technologies most likely to succeed in commercialization, and holding patent technology agreement ceremonies. The measures are all planned as a way to drive SMEs to secure more collaboration opportunities.
The International Conference is slated to convene a total of 51 sessions. Of those, the Energy Leaders Summit will bring together 100 plus big-name attendees of heads or high-level executives of power/energy companies, professionals from research institutions, and academics from around the world.