Hitachi Energy to showcase sustainability and cutting-edge digital solutions at Egypt Energy
Egypt Energy 2021 exhibition held under patronage of the Ministry of Electricity & Renewable Energy
By Eman Hamed
Hitachi Energy formerly known as Hitachi ABB Power Grids is to participate in Egypt Energy 2021 exhibition, held from November 1-3, under the patronage of the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, at Egypt International Exhibition Center.
Uniting North Africa’s energy manufacturers and suppliers from all over the world for the past 30 years.
Hitachi Energy is a Platinum Sponsor in this premier event, highlighting its sustainable, digital, technological advancements and latest energy trends.
Pledging to support the four key pillars of Planet, People, Peace and Partnerships, Hitachi Energy will exhibit its cutting-edge solutions, at its revolutionary booth, to help customers in Egypt overcome complexity, increase power efficiency, and accelerate the shift towards a carbon-neutral energy future.
“Egypt Energy is a perfect platform for Hitachi Energy as the pioneering technology leader, effectively position our innovative technologies and services to existing and future customers expanding beyond the grid – opening up a breadth of opportunities in areas such as sustainable mobility and smart life.”
Comments Mohamed Hosseiny, Country Managing Director of Egypt & North Africa at Hitachi Energy.
Passionately driven by ‘advancing a sustainable energy future for all’, Hitachi Energy experts will conduct several technical sessions, focusing on sustainability and digitalization in the energy world highlighting TXpert™ and EconiQ™ products overview, Power Quality and Cybersecurity solutions.
Through its Sustainability 2030 strategic plan, it is addressing the urgency of the global energy transition and has set clear targets in: Planet, People, Peace and Partnerships.
Hitachi Energy has set targets to become carbon-neutral in its own operations and it expects to hit the first-step target achieving 100% fossil-free electricity in its own operations by 2022