Green Energy Trade Show
2012 Taiwan International Green Industry Show
(Clean Energy, Green Environment, & Water Technology)
About the trade show in China:
TIGIS 2012 at the TWTC (Taiwan World Trade Center Exhibition Hall) will prove a key moment that joined the international green community that turned up in record numbers for incredible prospects. This third edition of TiGiS let 180 companies use 321 booths — a 20% growth in exhibitors and 19% increase in scale.
TIGIS 2012 brought into sharp focus the growing market for clean energy, green environment, and water technology. Besides exhibiting alternative energy related and eco-friendly products, it also presented seminars led by international speakers who shared their experience in exploring the business opportunities in the industry.
In total, TiGiS attracted 6, 402 professional buyers who came from 53 different counties who generated a projected US$28 million in business. Important buyers include trade missions from China, the Province of Ontario (Canada), Energa Obrot, an affiliate under the Energa umbrella (Poland's top power supplier), and other big names such as KEPCO (Korea), SCHOTT SOLAR (Germany), Current Service, Tomoe Shokai (Japan), Senoz, Q-CELLS(Turkey), and Dalle Energy(Indonesia).
TIGIS 2011 REVIEW:
TOTAL SOLUTIONS TO GO GREEN!
Huge Success with: 294 Exhibitors (32%↑)
648 Booths (18%↑)
10, 881 Visitors (41%↑)
EXHIBIT AREA: Clean Energy, Green Environment, Water Technology, Meeting Area, New Product Presentation, & Green Living Show.
EXHIBIT PRODUCTS: Wind Energy, Smart Grid, Fuel Cell, LED lighting, Solar Power, Biomass Energy, Fuel Saving Vehicle, Electrical Vehicle, Energy Saving Tech & Products, “Energy Saving Label” Products, Recycling, Pollution Prevention Equipment & Material, Organic Products, Water Resource Services, Water Treatment & Recycle, Water Materials & Instruments, Water Conservation Services, Water Conservancy Project, Water Related Products, Water Saving Device / Accessories.
ORGANIZER'S PROFILE:Founded in 1970 to help promote foreign trade, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is the foremost non-profit trade promotion organization in Taiwan. Jointly sponsored by the government, industry associations, and several commercial organizations, TAITRA assists Taiwan businesses and manufacturers with reinforcing their international competitiveness and in coping with the challenges they face in foreign markets.
Differences between TAITRA and the International Trade Association of the ROC
I. To clarify confusion between TAITRA with the International Trade Association of the Republic of China, we have listed chief areas of function and structure where the two organizations differ:
1. Attribute: TAITRA is a non-profit trade promotion organization jointly sponsored by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, industry associations, and several commercial organizations while the International Trade Association of the Republic of China is a private civic organization.
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