The global electricity demand is growing at a rate of 2.4% every year and the fastest way to address this demand is embedded generation – ad hoc power plants consisting of engine driven generating sets and Uninterruptible Power Supply systems.

Continuous power supply is now more important than ever for mission-critical facilities such as hospitals, IT data centres, industrial and infrastructural units, and energy setups. Power outages are non-negotiable in these facilities so systems like critical power and cooling solutions are essential to enhance the life of equipment and ensure steady performance.

The Critical & Back-up Power sector, at MEE 2021, will help you source progressive energy solutions at the most competitive prices and explore new technologies from niche solutions providers and fresh-thinking startups at the world’s leading energy event. Find out exactly what you need to secure your critical infrastructure.


At MEE Live

• Guarantee your place in the tender process for some of the region’s leading energy projects . 

• Showcase your technologies and service solutions revolutionising power generation, distribution and storage.

• Meet facility managers and end-users from infrastructure/data centres looking for backup power, UPS systems, generators and automated solutions .

At MEE Online

• Leverage the learnings from the agenda shaped by MEE’s Critical & Backup Power Steering Committee to accelerate the road to the energy transition . 

• Meet with your target audience looking to build the optimum mix of backup power to meet the increasing demand for energy.

• Take advantage of the pre-arranged meetings with the investors, government authorities and utilities sector experts.


Who will you meet?

If your organisation provides the following products or services, the Critical and 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
  • Independant power producers
  • Facilities management
  • Original equipment manufacturers
  • Power industry consultants


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