Romax Technology is once again getting ready for China Wind Power (CWP), where it will be discussing the latest trends, technological advances, and best practice in the wind energy sector within China.
The China Windpower exhibition and conference is jointly organised by GWEC Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA) and the Chinese Renewable Energy Industry Association (CREIA), and takes place at the China International Exhibition Center from the 22-24 of October. It is China’s largest annual exhibition and conference for the wind energy industry, and will see some of the biggest names in the industry discussing the current trends and the future of wind power.
Dan Poon, General Manager of China at Romax, said: “This is the seventh year Romax has participated in China Wind Power and we think this year is going to be bigger and better than ever before.
“The wind market is constantly developing and changing, and as this happens it becomes increasingly important that businesses are able to achieve “right first time” to identify problems at the earliest stages of design and prevent serious long-term effects across the entire production process, which will be a key message for us at this years event,” he said.
Romax Technology will also be hosting its 12th annual seminar on the 21st October in preparation for the show, at the Beijing Grand Concordia Hotel, which will focus on addressing China's technological capability as many industries take strides towards being the best-in-class and will look at key issues including developing the right product for the market, at the right time.
Joining Romax at this year’s seminar will be some special guests from leading companies in the industry, including the British Embassy Beijing, Changan & Tsingshan, Wazhou Bearings, Shengyang Blower Works and GL Renewable Certification, who will all be providing guest sessions and market analysis on the region.