RENEXPO Austria presents international power exhibition for the first time in its own exhibition hall within the framework of the 3. International Energy fair RENEXPO Austria organized the REECO Austria GmbH from the 24th-26th November 2011 the “international hydropower trade exhibition with Congress” in the exhibition centre of Salzburg. “” The RENEXPO Austria has teamed up with the proven combination of International Congress and hydropower “designed for the hydropower industry to one of the most important pan-European platforms”, underlines a highly specialised trade fair focus on Diana Rohm, Manager of REECO GmbH of Austria and project manager of the RENEXPO Austria. Held annually at the site of Salzburg “international hydropower Fachausstel lung” is the largest hydroelectric power exhibition in Austria, of Switzerland and Germany. The use of hydroelectric power has a long tradition in Austria. Both large and small hydro-power is established on a large scale in the market. 70 per cent of the worthy of expansion are so far about Austria wide Hydropower potential is tapped. The potential yet to be encountered are mainly in the area of small hydropower and the revitalization of the system.
The technological innovation of hydroelectric power stations has their focus in the area of improving innovations in remote monitoring systems or for systems of control and control engineering. In the field of hydraulic and electric machines, also extensive new developments take place. The international water exhibition”the RENEXPO Austria has developed into the most important meeting place for the hydropower industry. The focus of the trade fair has grown further in 2011 and receives an own exhibition hall in Salzburg for the first time. “” With 45 exhibitors is the international hydropower – exhibition “the largest hydropower-show in German-speaking Europe”, stressed Diana Rohm. Experts from Austria and Europe meet here regularly once per year. The trade fair location Salzburg is not only very very well, but has also a strong bridging role in the adjacent Neighbouring countries, above all Germany with Bavaria and Italy with South Tyrol.