POWER-GEN India & Central Asia 2012 – Pragati Maidan, Delhi, April 2012

POWER-GEN India & Central Asia combines with HydroVision India and Renewable Energy World India to showcase state-of-the-art services and technologies across the entire thermal, renewable and hydro power sector, all under one roof. Exhibiting at POWER-GEN India & Central Asia 2012 presents an unrivalled opportunity for start-up and established companies to get involved in one of the world’s most dynamic power markets by demonstrating the latest products and technologies and expanding business.

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POWER-GEN India & Central Asia 2012 – Pragati Maidan, Delhi, April 2012

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