Iran to host Intl. exhibition of new energies

In this June, 22, 2014 photo, Iranian students tour the Taleghan Renewable Energy Site in Taleghan,160 kilometers (99 miles) northwest of capital Tehran, Iran. Solar has been a hot topic of discussion in Iran, which this year fielded a team of university students to compete in a U.S. solar car contest in July. Saman Mirhadi, a senior government official, said the government installed solar panels at some 1,000 locations across Iran, including the rooftops of mosques, schools and government buildings. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)

In this June, 22, 2014 photo, Iranian students tour the Taleghan Renewable Energy Site in Taleghan,160 kilometers (99 miles) northwest of capital Tehran, Iran. Solar has been a hot topic of discussion in Iran, which this year fielded a team of university students to compete in a U.S. solar car contest in July. Saman Mirhadi, a senior government official, said the government installed solar panels at some 1,000 locations across Iran, including the rooftops of mosques, schools and government buildings. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)

TEHRAN, Feb. 18 (MNA) – 7th International Energy Saving, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Exhibition will be held in Tehran, February 21-24, 2015.

The event will be attended by Iranian and foreign firms, organizations, and experts and the latest products, services and technologies of the field will be represented, including solar heating systems, solar monitoring systems, solar power plants, solar panels, wind turbines, hybrid systems, and energy management systems.

Kiumars Jalilian, Secretary of the exhibition, asserted that the event is an opportunity to exchange the information and technologies and become aware of the latest progress in the field.

He added the exhibition aimed at improving the scientific and practical level of the experts, introducing the new capacities of Iran, introducing the latest technologies of the world, and preparing the ground to use the renewable energies and to manage the energy consumption.

Jalilian also said two conference and some scientific sessions were organized to be held during the exhibition.

By Mehr News Agency