FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
COMMERCE DEPARTMENT TO HELP SHOWCASE U.S.COMPANIES AT Clean Energy Expo Asia 2010
Chicago /Washington, D.C./Singapore – pdf download
22 April 2010
U. S. companies interested in developing new business contacts at an important clean energy trade event in Singapore should consider participating at Clean Energy Expo Asia 2010 held November 2-4, 2010 in Singapore.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has granted Clean Energy Expo Asia 2010 Trade Fair Certification status, establishing a U.S. Pavilion that welcomes U.S. firms of all sizes. The U.S. Pavilion serves as an excellent venue for U.S. companies to establish or expand overseas distribution, generate sales leads, evaluate competitors and work with U.S. Commercial Service trade specialists to identify potential buyers and partners. Trade Fair Certification assures that U.S. exhibitors at Clean Energy Expo Asia 2010 will have U.S. Commercial Service support in both the United States and Singapore.
Clean Energy Expo 2010 is the most significant clean energy forum and trade show in Asia. The 2009 event attracted 3,500 clean energy professionals, 70 international exhibitors and 80 speakers from over 40 countries. In 2010, we expect an increase in the number of U.S. exhibitors due to the recovery of the Asian energy markets. This event is focused on expanding business development for clean energy companies, as well as products and services from specialized providers throughout the clean energy industry.
The Trade Fair Certification Program is a cooperative arrangement between private sector trade show organizers and the U.S. Government. The program seeks to broaden the base of U.S. exporters, particularly new-to-export and new-to-market firms, by introducing them to key trade fairs where they can meet their export objectives. The U.S. Commercial Service helps U.S. businesses, particularly small and mid-sized companies establish international business relationships. The agency’s global network includes locations in 108 U.S. cities and U.S. Embassies and consulates in nearly 80 countries. For more specific energy information, visit the U.S. Commercial Service websites:
- Singapore – Power Generation & Clean Energy – DEC 2009 – pdf
- Singapore – Country Commercial Guide 2010 – pdf
For additional information about Clean Energy Expo Asia 2010 see http://www.cleanenergyexpoasia.com or contact
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