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Critical & Backup Power

Critical and Backup Power Sector at Egypt Energy 

Get the chance to meet with local, regional and international suppliers of generators, energy storage and energy management systems, all under one roof.

The critical and backup power sector is growing at an exponential rate, as more companies rely on large data storage, and seek out reliable, secure, continuous power supplies. The region is witnessing a rising number of refinery green- and brownfield projects, which will warrant an increase in backup power requirements.

And while there’s a move away from diesel power generation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engine & Turbocharger Ltd (MHIET) launched a new Series of diesel generator sets in 2022, designed specifically for the growing number of regional data centers, and as a reliable back up power solution for the likes of malls and offices.

Another trend visitors can understand better by attending is the drive towards smaller form factors. Companies such as Schneider Electric are leading the charge, with a 3-kilowatt UPS device half the size and weight of comparable products.

Critical & Backup Power industry in numbers

The backup power systems market is expected to register a CAGR of more than 

3.5% by 2028

Egypt diesel generator market is likely to grow at a CAGR of around 

5% by 2026

Why visit?

  • Play an active role in Egypt’s inevitable movement towards a digitalised future.

  • Interact and watch product demos with energy suppliers that will help address your challenges. 

  • Gain more information on current and future trends and challenges expected in the digitalisation space. 

  • Learn how smart solutions can help you on saving energy consumption and improve operational efficiency.

Who will you meet?

If your organisation provides the following products or services, the Critical & Backup Power Zone is where you need to be:

  • Dealers & distributors
  • Procurement & Purchasing
  • Contractors - MEP/EPC/Main
  • Project managers
  • Engineers - mechanical/electrical
  • Operations
  • Sub-contractors
  • Utilities
  • Municipal authorities
  • Government
  • Independent power producers
  • Facilities management
  • Original equipment manufacturers
  • Power industry consultants