This year, 233 exhibitors took part in this year's FOR INDUSTRY, FOR ENERGO Smart, FOR LOGISTIC, FOR SURFACE, FOR WELD, FOR INFOSYS and 3Dexpo fairs on a gross exhibition area of over 8,000 m2 and 7,612 professional visitors came there.
The fairs included a rich accompanying program, which took place during the 4 trade fair days. It is worth mentioning the Meeting of Leaders of Bohemian Export 2017, Dynamic Motorshow, and ENERGO SUMMIT.
Great thanks go to the exhibiting companies, which have created a great foundation for their presentation in the field of engineering technologies and related fields in the capital city of Prague.
Pictures from the event are available in the photogallery.
A traditional part of the programme of the industrial trade fairs is the awarding of the best exhibited products or technologies with the GRAND PRIX award. Altogether 13 innovative exhibits have been registered in the competition this year, which the public could see at the FOR INDUSTRY, FOR SURFACE, FOR ENERGO Smart, FOR LOGISTIC, FOR WELD and FOR INFOSYS Trade Fairs.
Have a look at results as well as the winning exhibits.
On 9 May 2017, the opening ceremony of PRAGUE INDUSTRIAL TRADE FAIRS took place in the Congress Hall of the PVA EXPO PRAGUE exhibition centre. The ribbon was cut by Jiri Havlicek, Minister of Industry and Trade; Pavel Bělobrádek, Minister of Science and Research; Pavel Sehnal, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ABF, a.s.; and Tomas Kotrc, CEO of ABF, a.s.
Maeva Tholance will present how France is managing green building transition. She will explain how buildings went from simply complying with current energy regulation, to applying positive energy policies, with the objective of lowering carbon green growth. The presentation will focus on the strategy France has been working on since 2009 to implement the future energy and environment regulation. Examples of nZEB buildings will be used to show innovation capabilities ahead of our times.
Moderator: Petra Krmelová
Programme + lecturers:
8.00 a.m. – 9.30 a.m. Registration of participants, morning coffee
SESSION I – Introductory theoretical session
9.30 a.m. – 9.35 a.m. Current development of power engineering
and European vision:Decentralised system
of energy resources, more rights
and freedom for consumers and energy efficiency.
Ing. Lucie Šestáková,
Government of the Czech Republic (CZ)
9.35 a.m. – 9.40 a.m. Smart grids – costs and benefits for consumers
Ing. Alena Vitásková, Energy Regulatory Office (CZ)
9.40 a.m. – 9.45 a.m. Power engineering as fuel of social changes
Ing. Jan Prokš, Ph.D., Electrical and Electronic
Association of the Czech Republic (CZ)
9.45 a.m. – 9.50 a.m. Is the energy sector in the Czech Republic ready for
Ing. Dagmar Kuchtová, Confederation of Industry of
the Czech Republic (CZ)
9.50 a.m. – 9.55 a.m. SMART CITY concept from the viewpoint of
the Ministry of the Environment
Ing. Vladislav Smrž, Ministry of the Environment (CZ)
9.55 a.m. – 10.00 a.m. Energy savings - an important source of energy
Ing. Vladimír Sochor, Ministry of Industry and Trade (CZ)
10.00 a.m. – 10.20 a.m. Break
SESSION II – SMART ENERGY
10.20 a.m. – 10.35 a.m. Smart energy - smart or stupid?
Mgr. Karel Čermák, ČEZ ESCO, a.s. (CZ)
10.35 a.m. – 10.55 a.m. Building in the standard of nearly zero-energy
buildings (nZEB) as a proactive element
of the energy system
Ing. Cyril Svozil, Fenix Group, a.s. (CZ)
10.55 a.m. – 11.15 a.m. Implementation of the Sigfox wireless communication
technology in power engineering
Ing. Tomáš Poláček, SimpleCell Networks, a.s. (CZ)
11.15 a.m. – 11.35 a.m. SMART CITIES concept of the Capital City of Prague
Operátor ICT, a.s. (CZ)
11.35 a.m. – 11.55 a.m. Zero Energy Buildings in France
Maeva Tholance, ADEME (FR)
11.55 a.m. – 12.05 p.m. Discussion
12.05 p.m. – 13.00 p.m. Lunch
SESSION III – ELECTROMOBILITY
13.00 p.m. – 13.20 p.m. Commencement of the afternoon programme
13.20 p.m. – 13.40 p.m. Electromobility as a part of SMART CITIES
Ing. Tomáš Chmelík, Ph.D., ČEZ (CZ)
13.40 p.m. – 14.00 p.m. Electromobility in the mass urban transportation
Ing. Miroslav Kuželka, ABB, a.s. (CZ)
14.00 p.m. – 14.20 p.m. Current subsidy schemes concerning energy savings and
Ing. Pavel Sehnal, Anylopex plus, s.r.o. (CZ)
14.20 p.m. – 14.50 p.m. Discussion
14.50 p.m. – 15.00 p.m. End of the summit
Contact: Ing. Vanda Petrov, +420 739 003 144, email@example.com
The event is subject to registration fee: CZK 2990 with VAT / participant
THE ENTRANCE IS FREE OF CHARGE FOR TOP MANAGEMENT
FROM THE SECTORS OF PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND EFFECTIVE
USE OF ENERGY!
He graduated from the University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of Economics; in 2010 he completed doctor’s studies at the Czech Technical University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He worked at the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic, at first at the Economic Policy Department, Section of Economic Instruments, from 2004 he was the head of the separate Climate Change Section and after transformation of the separate section to a department he became its director. He was responsible for the issues of the Czech Republic policy in the area of climate change and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, especially implementation of the system of business in emission allowances and preparation of the first national allocation plan of the Czech Republic. In summer 2006 he left the Ministry of the Environment and started to work on the position of the Environmental Products Manager of ČEZ, and since 2010 he has been the head of the Clean Technologies Section of ČEZ, where he is responsible, among other things, also for the pilot project entitled “ČEZ Electromobility”.
In his contribution, Mr. Svozil will present the implemented project of a fully electrified office centre in the nZEB standard, equipped with a hybrid FV system responding to requirements of the network operator. The house thus becomes an active element of the power generation system. In the presentation he will clarify reasons for constructions of this facility and the results achieved for almost one year of operation. Ing. Svozil was born in 1954 in Prostějov, in 1978 he graduated from the Mining and Geological Faculty of the VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava. After the compulsory military service he started to work at the Ore Mines in Jeseník, where he was employed on various posts, from Foreman to Production Manager. In 1990, as a majority partner he founded “from scratch” the firm “Fenix s.r.o.” dealing with the manufacturing of electrical heating systems. In this firm he has been working on the post of the General Manager since the very beginning. Specialisation of individual activities gradually led to the arising of the holding company “Fenix Group a.s.” with nine subsidiaries, two of them being situated in the Czech Republic another two in the United Kingdom, and other ones in France, Spain, Norway and Slovakia.
3rd edition of ENERGO SUMMIT will be held on May 11,2017 and will focus on current fopisc SMART ENEGRY and ELECTROMOBILITY. You can look forward to leading experts not only from the Czech Republic but also from abroad. The event will take place in the new Congress Hall, which meets all technical criteria and has the capacity up to 650 people.
Ing. Pavel Zámyslický, Ph.D., graduated from the Brno University of Technology; branch of heavy-current electrotechnics and power engineering; and subsequently from the Czech Technical University in Prague, branch of economy and power engineering management. In 2013, he successfully completed his doctoral studies in the field of business administration. In his master’s thesis as well as doctoral dissertation he was dealing especially with the links between trading in greenhouse gas emissions and capital expenditures in the area of power engineering. In 2005, he started to work at the Ministry of the Environment, at the Climate Change Department, where he has been working on the director’s position since 2007. Since 2011, the agenda of the department directed by him has included also the agenda of power engineering, and the department has been newly transformed to the Department of Power Engineering and Climate Protection. From a professional point of view he is focused mainly on both European and domestic climate and energy policies and their tools, which means especially trading in emissions within the EU ETS, as well as within the framework of the Kyoto Protocol. He is a leading negotiator of the Czech Republic for both international and European agendas associated with the climate policy.
We are pleased that many representatives of Prague embassies and chambers of commerce have accepted our invitation to attend the 2016 ENERGO SUMMIT, including Mr. Stan Schwede, Ambassador of Estonia; Ms. Aulia A. Rachman, Ambassador of Indonesia; mr. Aldo Amati, Ambassador of Italy with Economic attaché mrs. Vanda Spataro; Ms. Siri Ellen Sletner, Ambassador of Norway; Ambassador Ms. Manuela Franco and Attaché Sofia Moreiro of the Portugese Embassy; Mr. Pedro Calvo-Sotelo, Ambassador of Spain; or Ms. Ana Vich, Economic and Commercial Attaché of the Embassy of Spain.
The SUMMIT will thus be a top international event of the energy sector which you should not miss as well. The SUMMIT will be simultaneously interpreted to the Czech and English languages.
Use THIS LINK to register for the event.