Critical Power Exhibit Comes to the Suburban Collection Showplace in September


An exhibit on critical power technology featuring case studies and presentations dedicated to helping engineers and OEMs make power system purchase decisions is coming to the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi next month.

“Critical Power Expo is a ‘must-attend” event for all those seeking to stay current with industry trends across the expanse of the critical power supply chain,” says Steve Bryan, director of the event. “Together with the Battery Show and Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Tech Expo, these three events offer any organization or facility seeking critical power solutions and associated technology a unique opportunity to explore leading edge ideas and products.”

Bryan says the exhibit, which is co-located with the Battery Show and the Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, is a three-day program which includes discussions and presentations on the Smart Power Infrastructure Demonstration for Energy Reliability and Security program and energy regulations in 2016, among other topics.

The free event will include presentations from Jeremy Taylor from the engineering firm CH2M: Erik Svanholm, COO of the Intelligent Power and Energy Research Corp., and Vlad Gulkarov, director of engineering for Power Distribution Inc.

Bryan says the exhibit is intended for decision-makers and exhibitors from data centers, utilities, telecoms, healthcare, financial services, energy, and industrial sectors along with companies representing the critical power supply chain.

Pre-registration for the event, which runs from Sept. 15-17, is required.