HydroVision India – Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, April 2012

HydroVision India will conduct an exhibition at Pragati Maidan, Hall No:18, New Delhi from 19 Apr 2012 to 22 Apr 2012. This exhibition HydroVision India 2012 is a new event for the Indian Hydro power sector. POWER-GEN India, Central Asia and Renewable Energy World India will lead the event. The Indian and international energy sector can learn about the latest developments, trends and technologies during this event.

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HydroVision India – Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, April 2012

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